This is a 2003 Mercedes-Benz SL500 AMG, with a convertible hard top. It has all of the great features of a SL 500, but then adds all of the great look and power of an AMG. It has the skirts, wheels, front air dam, and runs perfectly.
All of the accessories work perfectly, the air ride pump was recently replaced along with the shocks, the sport ride works well, the top pump is new, it goes up and down perfectly, the roll bar extends perfectly, AC blows ICE COLD, 6 CD changer works, it has new tires, and more.
The dealer that owned it lavished it with service at the Mercedes Dealer, he spent close to $10k in the last 4-5 year to make sure that he could drive it anytime he wanted, and that everything would work as it should. This is a very nice example of these cars, it drives, feels, smells, like a new vehicle.
The dealer is selling this car to make room in his garage! Do not wait, the first person that see this car will buy it.
Call with questions at (603) 272-6800 X3.
More than 20 years ago, a 1996 Mercedes-Benz SL500 was purchased at the Normand of Mayfair dealership as a birthday present for a woman in England.
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