February 24, 2017
When I came across this 1965 Mercedes-Benz 220 S in Kenmore, it was wearing a dealer sticker on the trunk from Helm Bros. Inc., a New York City dealership still in business today. Under the hood was a 2.2L straight six, which on this car was connected to an automatic transmission. This body style, introduced in 1959, was known as the Heckflosse, or in English, Fintail, for the shape of its rear fenders, and it continued on until 1968.
Jim Corbran, RRofWNY
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