Stk#138-2711 1981 Mercedes 380 SLC, V8 engine, Auto Transmission.
Exterior: Silver paint with blue pinstripe to match interior, chrome side mirrors, front & rear bumpers in great shape, grill looks great, headlight and side marker lights in great shape, wheel well molding chrome looks great, rear tail lights look good, original rims. Good looking car, ready to drive.
Interior: Blue interior, dash like new, door panels look great, console in great shape, all wood in car looks great, steering wheel looks great, floor mats blue like new, back seat like new, front buckets look good, gray headliner with sunroof works good, power windows, power steering, Auto in console, Becker Grand Prix electronic AM/FM/Cassette radio. Good looking car inside.
Engine: All original engine, maintained regularly, new belts, new hoses, factory AC, Automatic Transmission. Runs and shifts good.
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