They are electric and restored to look brand new.
Electric cars have to be light, aerodynamic, and efficient. Most classic cars were made without these worries in mind. Some are very proud of their big engines, significant fuel consumption, and other flaws that are considered as qualities. Yet, the world changed in a way these classics do not have much room in big cities, for example. The solution is going electric. Monceau Automobiles decided to offer that for classic Mercedes-Benz vehicles from the 1960s up to the 1980s.
These vehicles are the W107 and the W111 in its many derivatives. Monceau even allows you to choose which of these derivatives you prefer, once the body-in-white is basically the same.
Concerning the EV conversion, the company also offers something standard for all these vehicles. The battery pack comes from Power Battery, and it has a dedicated water-cooling system. Monceau informs it offers 50 kWh, but not where it is located, but we guess it replaces the fuel tank. The company also states it can provide a WLTP range close to 300 km (186 mi).