The Mercedes-Benz W128 is a luxury 6-cylinder car produced by Mercedes-Benz from 1958 to 1960. It was available in sedan, coupe or cabriolet styles. Marketed as Mercedes-Benz 220SE, it was the last of the "Ponton" series that had design roots and common style guidelines with the Mercedes-Benz 180 sedan from 1953 (W120 chassis). The 220SE presented a unified body / frame construction with totally independent suspension. All models were equipped with the Mercedes M127 2.2 L (2195 cc) 6-cylinder petrol engine with aluminum head, overhead camshaft and Bosch mechanical fuel injection. It was equipped with automatic clutch and 4-speed manual transmission mounted on the column. At that time, the cabriolet had a price similar to the Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz (23,400 DM / $ 8,091). Almost all the interior surfaces of the coupe and convertible were covered in leather, and matching leather luggage was available. However, power steering, windows, air conditioning and automatic transmission were not available. The W128 was succeeded by the series "Fintail" beginning with the W111 line. The W128 sedan was produced from October 1958 to August 1959 and the Coupe and Cabriolet from July 1958 to November 1960 CLASSIC VEHICLE WITH REGISTERED NUMBER.