Stk#089 1968 Mercedes 280SL
Purchased from an Estate Auction in Omaha Nebraska (Original title)
Per Owners Son it has had a correct re-paint (Correct Cobra Type)
All Mechanicals have been performed by Certified Mercedes Benz Technician, Hardtop stand, New Michelin tires, manuals. Very reliable driver
Painted Red with Black top, Red is beautiful and straight, black top showing checking. One re-paint correct color & type, glass is good, dual chrome outside mirrors like new, door handles like new, Rocker panel moldings good, body side moldings good, all window trim like new, side lights like new, antenna, front & rear bumpers like new, grill is beautiful with a slight dent in center top, head light trim and covers are like new, tail lights like new, trunk handle like new, original hub caps show wear, convertible top hasn’t been up in years, cowl vent scoop chrome vent like new. Visit our website at www.ecoastcc.com for more info.
All Black interior on bucket seats that looks new, door panels and arm rest like new, kick panels like new. Upper Dash pad is good, lower dash pad has a gouge where key sits, steering wheel, horn ring, center section like new. New carpet, white headliner, have been replaced with correct Mercedes Benz material, aftermarket Blaupunkt AM/FM radio, glove box is good with working light. Dash face Red looks new, factory gauges good, chrome vents are good, door sill plates are good, 4-speed shifter and knob and boot looks new, Sunvisor’s are good, Blaupunkt speakers mounted behind seat, factory seat belts. Truck mat has been replaced with correct Mercedes Benz material. Looks good.
Powered by a 169.9 cubic inch engine with a 4 speed transmission. 180 HP, power steering. Runs and handles great! Visit our website at www.ecoastcc.com for more info.
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