Gateway Classic Cars of Philadelphia is presenting a 1982 Mercedes
380SL. This Mercedes is a cool shade called Sun Yellow with what
the seller calls a Biscuit interior. Powered by the smooth Mercedes
six and an automatic transmission this car is a blend of luxury and
performance. The engine is a single overhead cam unit with two
valves per cylinder and was good for around 175 HP which in a car
weighing 3400 lbs. translates into respectable performance. And of
course, because it is a Mercedes it is very well equipped. Air
conditioning, AM FM CD, power steering and power brakes, power
locks and windows make you comfortable in the leather interior. The
hardtop is easily removeable and of course the convertible top goes
up and down in a flash. Sunday morning drives will be a pleasure.
The 380SL has almost a limo feel to it due to its S-Class lineage
and that means a comfortable ride and smooth running. It will hunt
hard through the curves and bends, you know there's a beefy car
underneath. It is a great combination of performance and luxury. To
view this 1982 Mercedes 380SL in greater detail, including HD
pictures and an HD video, visit www.GatewayClassicCars.com or our
Philadelphia showroom. For more information, please call
856-599-4100 or email [email protected] To
purchase this car or for more information:
1982 Mercedes-Benz 380SL
Exterior Color:SUN YELLOW
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