1969 Mercedes-Benz 280 SL 4-Speed Manual Roadster: The personal
luxury convertible may have truly come into existence with the
advent of the 1968-1971 Mercedes-Benz 280 SL!Initially launched at
the 1963 Geneva Motor Show, the W113 was a clean sheet design for a
new decade. The 280 SL, like our feature car, was the last of the
series, and today is still instantly recognizable as a Mercedes. It
might also be considered a drivable classic, as well as a
collectible investment.84,XXX Original MilesWell
MaintainedCollector ConditionWith disc brakes on all four wheels, a
rarity for the period, Mercedes-Benz took lengths to ensure the 280
SL stopped as well as it went too. Four- and five-speed manual
transmissions were available, but most American-market SLs were
equipped with a smooth shifting four-speed automatic. 60 mph comes
up in 8.6 seconds and stops from 70 mph in just 233 feet, so even
today the SL still has enough performance that one could
conceivably drive it every day. Air conditioning was an option too
for those in sunnier climates.Values of the SL are on the rise,
this car has been meticulously maintained and is a super clean
example of a Mercedes-Benz 280 SL.Ryan Friedman Motor Cars is a
full-service dealer. We provide financing/leasing options,
registration, and shipping.For more information on this 280 SL,
offered by Ryan Friedman Motor Cars, call and/or text us now at
(516) 888-9000; we're authentic motor car aficionados, let's chat!
1969 Mercedes-Benz 280SL
Location:Glen Cove, New York
Exterior Color:Signal Red
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