1967 Mercedes-Benz 230SL for sale! Motorcar Classics is pleased to
present this sporty 1967 Mercedes-Benz 230SL Roadster. Featured in
Burgundy with matching Burgundy hardtop, Tan interior and Black
soft top, this is one of the nicest driving Pagoda Mercedes that we
have had the opportunity to offer. Our 230SL also features the rare
"Kinder-Seat" option, which is a single side-facing rear seat. The
230SL was the first of the R113 series that became known as Pagodas
because of the dip in the height of the hardtop between two
prominent ridges. This car was owned for more than 24 years by its
first owner! The car was repainted in Burgundy (from the original
White). The interior is original. The engine was rebuilt about 12
years ago, the automatic transmission about 6 years ago. The rear
end was re-sealed at the same time. The car has been fitted with an
aftermarket Nardi wood-rim steering wheel and a Sony AM/FM/CD
radio. It is otherwise stock. The car has great eye-appeal and is a
delight on the road. I would characterize this 230SL as a high
level driver, it has no needs and will deliver lots of miles of
driving pleasure. These R113 models are known for their mechanical
and structural integrity. The style is iconic. This is a perfect
entry-level Mercedes collectible or reliable addition to a summer
1967 Mercedes-Benz SL-Class
Location:Farmingdale, New York
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