1985 Mercedes-Benz 380SL. The 1981 - 1985 Mercedes -Benz 380SL's
are known for their beautiful design and the complete comfort in
which they drive. The 380SL still shows many similarities to the
first year of the design, the 1971 350SL (R107). These later models
are most well-known for evolving in late 1981 from bearing a heavy
cast iron v8 to the light alloy aluminum cylinder v8. This engine
design sheds unnecessary weight, improving performance and fuel
This 1985 380SL is in immaculate condition. The like-new Signal Red finish plays well off the beige leather interior. The interior is in the same beautiful condition with a wood inlay well displayed by the black and tan dashboard. With Power steering and brakes this car drives smoothly along the road with the top down and AM/FM/CD radio playing.
The car has been very well preserved and still has the original window sticker, owners-manual, service booklet and tool kit. If this is the car you're searching for please contact us to take a look. You will see it is one of the best kept 380SL Roadster on the market.
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