The Mercedes-Benz 110 Series sedans that were available between 1961 and 1968 were part of the range that later evolved into the Mercedes-Benz E-Class family of cars. Known as the "Fintail” Mercedes, the series was introduced with models 190 c and 190 Dc. The former incorporated an 80-horsepower, in-line, four-cylinder engine paired with either a four-speed manual or automatic transmission, while the latter had a 55-horsepower inline-four with the same gearbox options. Both were available until 1965.
Over the next few years, numerous other variants were offered including 1965’s launch of the Mercedes-Benz 200- and 230-model sedans.
In 1966, station wagon editions of the 200 D, 200, and 230, dubbed "Universal", all appeared, bearing 15-inch wheels, stronger springs, and a hydro-pneumatic compensating spring as standard offerings. They had chasses for special-purpose bodies, ideal for building custom cars like ambulances and hearses.
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