Gateway Classic Cars of Charlotte is proud to digitally present
this 1980 Mercedes-Benz 450SL with a matching detachable hardtop
(Paint Code 680).North America was the key market for this Personal
luxury car, with two-thirds of R107 and C107 chassis models
production being sold there. Sales in North America began in 1972,
and vehicles wore the badge 350 SL but had a larger 4.5L V8 with
three-speed auto (and were renamed 450 SL for the model year 1973);
the big V8 became available on other markets with the official
introduction of the 450 SL/SLC on non-North American markets in
March 1973.This 450SL is a triple threat for styling looks; whether
you go hard top mounted, soft top (replaced in 2020) closed, or
full convertible open, you will garner the attention of onlookers
as you enjoy this stunning roadster. This enthralling example of
the 450SL comes equipped with a bevy of options to keep comfort and
luxury at your fingertips. The Parchment interior is clean and
comfortable for both the driver and passenger, having new carpet
installed in 2020. If the weather is too warm or cool outside, put
on one of the tops, raise the power heat-insulating windows (new
seals in 2020), and engage the automatic cabin climate control. If
extra illumination is needed during evening driving, pull the light
switch to power up the factory fog lamps to help you see more
clearly on your journey. These niceties are coupled with the
Mercedes-Benz 4.5 Liter engine and a smooth automatic transmission
making piloting this capable roadster an absolute joy for the
driver. Sun Yellow (Paint Code 680) Contact us to seize your
opportunity to discover why Mercedes-Benz is "Engineered like no
other car in the world."
1980 Mercedes-Benz 450SL
Exterior Color:Sun Yellow (680)
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