This is a 1971 Mercedes 280SL in highly restored condition. This car is unique in it has a January of 1971 Build date ( please see photo), 1 of only 830 280SL's produced in 1971. This car has been repainted by us in its original Silver ( #180) using correct Glasurit paint. All bright work was renewed at this time, all new rubber seal and gaskets. Engine was removed ( see photo) before painting, cylinder head rebuilt by Metric Motors, engine was completely resealed and detailed. All new leather interior ( not MB Tex) using GAHH materials, wood refinished by Madera concepts. New German carpets, new German soft top. Car comes with the original tool kit, original owners manual, original Becker radio, and all original booklets that came with the car. Undercarriage is all original and in superb condition. For more details call 631-283-8819
Interior color: Blue
Body style: Convertible
Engine: 6 Cylinder
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