This is a remarkable 1984 Mercedes 380 SL. This is a two owner car. Original owner was a doctor. Current owner is a dentist friend of mine and I am listing it for him as a favor. You will not find a nicer one anywhere in the country. Paint is flawless, interior is near perfect. Meticulously cared for. Has four new Michelin factory correct tires. New dual timing chains rather than the single from the factory. This is an upgrade recommended by Mercedes for longer life. New wiring. New soft top, wired in recharger, Flawless hard top matches body paint and includes a cover and a rolling stand for storing when removed. Custom car cover (see picture). No rust anywhere. 63,000 actual miles. Dash is clean, no cracks or fading. Seats are excellent as are door panels. All instruments work. Current owner has spent over $14,000 on the car. All original paperwork including original sticker, manuals and all maintenance records from new till now. Original first aid kit. Matching numbers.
Here’s a car to consider when the talk turns to future classics, those vintage vehicles that are relatively unloved and inexpensive today but have a lot of possible upside in the future.
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