Vintage Mercedes like this expertly maintained 1970 280 SL is the
perfect combination of old-world luxury and universal appeal. Fast,
competent, luxurious, stylish, and built like a tank, they are the
choice of many classic car collectors who like to both show their
cars and drive them on a weekend getaways. With only 56,290 sunny
day miles on its powertrain, this rock solid 280 SL is about as
close to driving a brand new 48-year-old luxury car as you can get.
If you're one of those Daimler diehards who's looking for the
ultimate old-school Merc, this 280 SL is an incredible find!
VIN DECODE :
113 = Pagoda SL Production
044 = 280 SL
1 = Left Hand Drive
2 = Automatic Transmission
015627 = sequence number
There was reportedly in total only 7,935 of the 1970 280 SL's built, and only 4,992 of the 280SL's were sent to the United States.
This stunning 1970 Mercedes-Benz 280SL Pagoda featured here is available in its original color code #180G - Silver Gray Metalic, with Dark Blue interior, and a dark blue soft top. It comes equipped with an Automatic transmission, power steering, original Becker stereo radio, solid steel wheels, with correct stainless steel wheel covers. This car looks to have had one repair and is still in great condition. There are miscellaneous chips on it that don't show that well in our pictures, and the engine bay shows nice, but also shows you that it's a nice driver quality car and not a trailer queen in the six-figure range. This car is equipped with a factory Mercedes service replacement block that was most likely was replaced back when it was new under warranty by Mercedes. The soft top is in great condition with only a couple of minor marks on it. The car is complete with the spare tire, spare tire cover, and jack, full toolkit.
If you have any additional questions, please call 847-487-2272 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. We also welcome all international buyers, and we can help you with shipping quotes and arrangements.
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