Stunning red 1977 450SL with black interior. Price just
reduced to sell. This car turns heads and is in immaculate
condition. Recently installed completely rebuilt engine. Less
than 10K miles since rebuild. Always driven, always completely
maintained, always garaged, and always in Southern California. I
have enjoyed this vehicle for 25 wonderful years, after purchasing
it from its original owner, who I knew personally, but it is now
time to finally part company. If you have always loved the look of
the 450SL, then you will love this car because there is not a
better looking one, nor a better maintained one. There is no
deferred maintenance and no current maintenance needed. Maintenance
records are available from me and from the shop that has
provided service for 25 years.
Extras: the hard top sits on a tilting mobile rack for your garage (see photo), and comes with a hoist that easily affixes to garage crossbeams for single person installation. Removable rear windscreen (see photo) that does an incredible job of reducing highway wind and noise. Modern Alpine Siriusxm radio/CD player - bluetooth, iphone, usb cable accessible(see photo). Updated air conditioner that vastly improves the cooling from the factory installed original. Sheepskin front seat covers over original black interior in excellent condition. Front floor mats over original carpet in excellent condition. Rear folding jumper seat (see photo) for the little ones in your family. Dust cover. If you want a 450SL that you will enjoy from day one and for many years, please contact me. VIN: 10704412037330.
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