1987 Mercedes 560 SL. 2 Previous Owners.104 K Miles. Excellent Condition In And Out. Cared For And Maintained Beatifully.
The Black Paint Shines Without Any Scratches, Dings Or Dents. All The Chrome Are Shiny And No Scratches Or Dents.
Interior Is New. Seats, Door Panels. Headliner And Carpet Is In Excellent Condition. No Cracks Or Peeling On The Veneer Of The Wood Trim. New Soft Top.
Mechanically Is In Excellent Condition. Everything Does Work. Odometer, Speedometer, All The Gauges, Lights, A/C, Heater, Power Windows, Door Locks..
Very Well Maintained By The Previous Owners. Maintenance Which Was Done 1000 Miles Ago;
All The Fluids, Spark Plugs And Wires Have Been Replaced. New A/C Compressor, Radiator, Cooling Fan Clutch, Thermostat, Belts And Hoses. New Brakes And Rotors. New Tires. Alignment.
Engine And Transmission Is Very Smooth And Does Not Miss Any Beat. Does Not Have Any Leaks.
Service Records From The Mercedes Dealer Since The First Day. All The Books And Manuals.
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RM Sotheby’s has added another Online Only auction to its summer calendar, with Open Roads, North America going up for bidding July 23-30 with about 80 collector cars from which to choose. “The Open Roads, North America auction lineup spans the collector car market, ranging from American Classics to modern sports and supercars, with early […]
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Here at the Journal, we strive to bring you the world of collector cars with engaging content, humor, and most of all, expertise. If it’s on four (and sometimes two or even three) wheels, we are attracted and probably know something about it, as we have “been there, done that.” Our editorial staff has a […]
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