1969 Mercedes Benz 280SL Pagoda convertible, one owner Florida Car, European delivery, US Specs, Manual Transmission,Matching Numbers,Two Tops, This is probably one of the finest and original example of this iconic Mercedes Benz 280SL Pagoda in existence, this car was delivered in Stuttgart to a US customer, who then imported it on 09/08/1969 to USA, meticulous maintained, it has the original build sheet,original data card and original metal data card from the owner,owner's manual, the interior remains original code Mercedes Benz 140, even the carpet is original, Brand New Tan German Soft top, 38,298 miles on the odometer, it was repainted a couple of years ago in the same factory color Dark Green 268 H, solid strait body and undercarriage, it is hard to find this year and model in such a well preserved state, do not miss the opportunity to own this beautiful 280SL, $84,900 please call Freddy 305-775-2234 or 561-429-5459
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