1966 Mercedes 230SL Pagoda
-Meticulously maintained Mercedes with original miles on the odometer.
-Unrestored Survivor Car except for paint, upholstery, carpet, tires, firewall cover, exhaust.
-Originally sold locally: Retail price $6,818. Owned by the same family since new.
-Repainted about 15 years ago in the original factory color called “Arabian Gray” (Code 124G).
-1966 was the last year of the 230SL followed by the 250SL in 1967, then the 280SL later on.
-Mercedes-Benz chassis code: W113.
-Engine code: M127.11 (Inline 6-Cyl.).
-Rated at 150HP, 145ftlb torque.
-4 Speed manual transmission.
-Top speed is 124MPH, 0-62MPH in 10.5 seconds.
-Manually removable hard top. Manual soft top stored behind seats.
-Manual windows, locks, seats (No power convenience features or modern safety features).
-Data Card options: Heavy-Duty Heat Exchanger (code 493) and a chrome exterior mirror (code 508).
-Original Becker Europa AM/FM Radio.
-Only 4,945 230SL’s produced in 1966.
-Only 2,067 imported in the U.S.
-This 230SL is production #17,742 out of a total of 19,831 produced between 1963 & 1967.
-This 230SL was manufactured in August of 1966.
-This 230SL looks, runs and drives like it practically new!
Call 757-898-1200 and speak to a Sales Consultant for more information or to buy it today!
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