A/C ice cold, Always garaged, Excellent condition, Looks & drives great, New tires, Non-smoker, Title in hand, Very clean interior, Well maintained,Two Tops, Mercedes Club Application, Car shown many times,Must See.
1972 Mercedes 350SL, imported in 1979. Hard and soft tops. Engine, transmission, suspension and brakes are strong. Runs well, recently serviced. Needs TLC on exterior and interior, AC needs a new compressor. Its been a great car, but I don't have the time to restore this beauty to the glory it deserves.
This beauty is not only a collectors dream but for the one who always wanted to drive in style and are ready to take the chance on a fun, reliable, best of the best Mercedes!Super clean in excellent condition! Amazing AC, has hard top as well as soft top, all in excellent working order for you to pop the top and enjoy what this car can do. Feel the wind in your face and the sun warming you as you realize you are driving a dream car!Mileage is 59, 785 original actual miles!!
Classic 1977 450Sl! The feel of the car is unique. Ac does not work Electrical issue with dashboard lights, Headlights work, Have a leak in the transmission fluid, Original paint Convertible latch needs to be fixed, New engine, Breaks are good. Leak in the coolant New alternator, 3 new tires. Leak in the power steering fluid. Project car. Head turning and compliments. The feel of the car is unique. Very smooth. Classy look Newer radio and sound system with AUX cord enable. Selling because it’s an extra car…Private seller ready to sell TODAY!!!
All scheduled maintenance, Always garaged, Factory GPS system, Fully loaded with all the goodies, Looks & drives great, Must see, Non-smoker, Satellite radio, Title in hand, Very clean interior, Well maintained. Plus the following optional equipment. AMG package,Voice control System. Shift Paddles,P2 Pkg, Key less Go Push Button, Bose Sound System,Panoramic Sunroof w/Shade,Parking Sensors, Dual Climate Control,7 SPD Automatic,5.5 8 Cylinder,Massage Seats, Distronic Adaptive Cruise Control,Low Tire Pressure Warning,Heated and Cooled Seats, and Chrome Package
Those with a limited budget should consider purchasing a project vehicle as an option to entering into classic car ownership.
Movie star looks on a Wal-Mart budget is the magic of the R107 Mercedes-Benz SL. Cars like this 1979 450SL convertible pack all kinds of charisma, great performance, and bulletproof hardware, they look like they should cost a million bucks, yet are remarkably affordable. If you want to get noticed in a car, this is probably the most affordable way to do it! Hard to beat a yellow 2-seat convertible and even conservative Mercedes-Benz put bright paint colors on their color chart in 1979 knowing that some folks just wouldnt have it any other way. Its actually more of a cream, and given the impressive quality of these cars, it is quite possible that this one is still wearing its original paint. Sure, it might show a few signs of its four decades of life, but theres absolutely no need for a repaint if you just want to drive and have some fun. Most importantly, this is a southern car so it hasnt been slogging through winter weather for years and as a result the doors slam with that precision that you almost cant find today. Americans have grown accustomed to the heavy rubber bumpers so they give the car a substantial look and remain in very good shape, as does the rest of the bright trim, and a pinstripe accentuates the clean styling. The tan leather interior is a fantastic upgrade over the usual MB-Tex vinyl that was standard equipment in these cars. Again, its unlike Mercedes to be so flashy, but it totally works in this 2-seater. The seat covers have some stretching but remain quite inviting, while parts like the door panels and dash pad are in very good condition and the deep, plush carpets havent faded in the sun, another very good sign. A lot of woodgraining gives it an upscale look, including the center console that is actually real wood. These cars came loaded with every feature they could think of in 1979, including power windows and locks, cold A/C, and even a rear defroster in the removable hardtop. Theres also a neatly installed AM/FM/CD stereo head unit to replace the original Blaupunkt unit, and its a big improvement. The trunk is reasonably spacious and beautifully finished with matching carpets and the car includes both a 3-year-old canvas convertible top and a matching cream hardtop. The 4.5-liter V8 engine really needs no introduction. Powering Mercedes-Benz automobiles for a decade, it is smooth and torquey, and if properly maintained, will run practically forever. This one starts easily and idles with a precise mechanical feeling thats quite different than the isolation chambers were used to today, but no less pleasant. Fuel injection gives it sharp throttle response and the flexible power curve makes it fast without feeling like its working too hard and it comes with maintenance records and the all-important timing chain upgrade, so you can buy with confidence. A 3-speed automatic transmission seems a little syrupy at first, but youll find that the faster you go, the better it seems to work. In fact, that goes for the suspension and brakes, too, which were bred for the autobahn and make this car supremely competent on American roads. The exhaust has a pleasant bubbly V8 sound and those wheels from a later SL give it a distinctively sporty look and are wrapped in new 215/60/15 radials. These cars remain perennial best-sellers here at Streetside Classics because they represent performance, style, and value, and this one is no exception. Call today!
When gas prices spiked to more than $5/gallon in 2006 and 2007, cars like this 1985 Mercedes-Benz 300CDT were suddenly red hot. With durable and thrifty diesel engines, handsome good looks, and a bit of collector appeal, diesel Mercedes-Benz automobiles can be great collector cars or awesome daily drivers. And given the way this handsome coupe looks and drives, you might just want to drive it every chance you get. Wearing a period-appropriate AMG body kit and a handsome gold paint job, this 300CDT is straight out of the 80s. But thats a good thing, because these cars are virtually indestructible and are arguably the last Mercedes-Benzes built by engineers rather than the marketing department. Styling is conservative, but the body kit makes it look sporting and the coupe is vastly more desirable than the more common sedans and wagons (and rarer, to boot!). Thats original paint and showcases the quality workmanship that the three-pointed star represents, because it still shines up nicely and looks great. Its not perfect, of course, but its quite presentable and the car still has that rock solid feel for which Mercedes-Benzes are famous. Someone has obviously loved this car all its life and it hasnt spent any time in the snow or salt, so the bodywork should last as long as the engine... which can be many, many years yet. These are VERY hard to kill. Inside its typical Mercedes-Benz luxury with supportive bucket seats that are still in great shape with leather upholstery thats as tough as iron yet all day comfortable. The giant steering wheel and simple instruments with big, white letters are trademarks that were part of the Mercedes mystique for decades and it all works properly. The wood paneling is real wood and the carpets are plush to help control noise from the diesel up front. It includes a decent-sounding AM/FM/cassette stereo and features like cold factory A/C, power windows, power locks, cruise control, and a sunroof overhead. The doors close with a heavy THUNK and going down the road the car feels indestructible, so even with its modest performance, it still represents the very top-of-the-line. The back seat is comfortable enough for a pair of adults and the spacious trunk will carry just about anything you need on a long road trip. Theres also an amplifier for the stereo and a CD changer. The 3.0 liter inline-5 diesel engine is legendary around the world for its reliability. As long as theres fuel and air, itll run. It looks complicated, but its not, and with a little experience, you should be able to keep it in top condition for many tens of thousands of miles. It shows about 177,000 miles, but in Mercedes-Benz diesel terms, thats barely broken-in, so dont let the numbers scare you. And youll be shocked by the fuel economy on this one, turning long highway drives into an endurance test between the car and your bladder. Ride quality is German firm, brakes are effective, and it cruises serenely at high speeds without any real effort at all. Theres a bit of the usual diesel clatter from under the hood, but it quiets down at speed and the automatic transmission shifts smoothly. Underneath, you can see theres no evidence of this car ever being rusty or wrecked and it sits on 80s cool 5-spoke wheels and 225/50/16 performance radials. Nicely documented with the factory manuals and lots of receipts, this is an unusual find thats affordable, practical, stylish, and sooner or later it will be very much in demand. Call today!
Not many cars can defy time like this beautiful and unusual 1975 Mercedes-Benz 450SL. Even today, nearly 30 years after they went out of production, they still command respect from the general masses, and remain grade-A cars to own and drive, representing huge bang for the buck. This low-ownership, well-maintained example is one fo the nicer ones weve featured, having lived most of its coddled life under the car of an aeronautical engineer, Like most luxury models, you could pretty much get whatever color you wanted on your SL, even in 1975. While so many of these cars were red, white, or silver, this 450SL sports a lovely medium gold that works splendidly with the tan interior. With Euro-spec headlight and bumpers, it represents the high-water mark for the R107 roadster, a near-ideal blend of style and luxury that made it the premier luxury car of the era. The paint, although not perfect, remains in exceptionally good condition given the cars age, a testament to the quality of the original materials and the car this car has received over the past two-and-a-half decades. Gaps and panel fit are to typical German standards and remain excellent today. Light colors tend to minimize flaws, but even on close inspection this one has laser-straight flanks, crisply rendered body lines, and almost zero signs of road rash, although there is obviously some evidence of age, which is all but inevitable. All the chrome and stainless remains bright, and the Euro-spec rubber bumpers look far better than the oversized US rubber pontoons, keeping this car looking trim. Its obvious someone loved this car for many years. The tan interior is a sporting compliment to the light ivory paint, with seats that were reupholstered a few years ago and it all still looks pretty good. Theres a small tear in the highest traffic area on the outer bolster, but on the upside, the carpets are appropriate to the cars age and mileage, and the rear package shelf, which always gets baked in the sun, shows zero discoloration. Youll also note that lots of features were standard on an SL, ranging from air conditioning to cruise control to power windows, and a later radio has been very neatly installed in the center of the dash. Overhead theres a brown convertible top that was replaced in 2005 and still looks new and with some practice, youll be able to stash it or pull it up in moments. The trunk has its original mat, which was still rubber in 1975 and we like the no-nonsense look. The biggest virtue this SL has to offer is a massive stack of maintenance receipts and long-term ownership by an aircraft engineer. The 4.5 liter V8 is a wonderful machine, torquey and smooth with a fantastic bubbly exhaust note that sings in appropriately hushed tones thanks to a 1980 SL exhaust system. Known for their longevity, these engines are virtually indestructible given proper maintenance, and will happily run for hundreds of thousands of miles with just gas and oil changes. Evidenced by the underhood area, this one has been lovingly maintained, and virtually everything has been replaced or serviced at some point in the not-too-distant past, so it runs great. A 3-speed automatic transmission was standard equipment on US-bound SLs and the rear end was just rebuilt with new seals and a set of 3.06 gears so its an awesome highway cruiser. The fully independent suspension rides extremely well, yet gives the roadster competent handling when the road turns aggressive, and strong disc brakes at all four corners shed speed without concern. And while rust is always the enemy, this car has clearly spent its life somewhere warm, because its amazingly clean and solid throughout. Color-matched hubcaps are an unusual look that we find very appealing, and it wears recent 205/70/14 blackwall radials. This is a gorgeous 450SL with a clean bill of health, tons of receipts and maintenance records, an attractive and unusual color combination, and lots of charm. Call today!
Where else are you going to find an A-list German 2-seat roadster with V8 power for so little cash? Let your neighbors think you hit it big with this pretty 1985 Mercedes-Benz 380SL that still drives like the ultimate piece of German engineering from the 80s. Clearly built to last, the R107 SLs were called der Panzerwagon by their creators, and now, more than three decades later, its easy to see why. With all its original bodywork and paint, this 34-year-old 380SL looks pretty darned good, like catching a glimpse of the still-lovely Raquel Welch and realizing that she hasnt lost a step. The well-proportioned body still looks like a million bucks and the three-pointed star on the nose commands respect from virtually everyone on the road. As I said, theres no major rust or rot thanks to a lifetime in the warm south, and someone obviously loved this car, because the finish has a soft luster that only comes from frequent baths and regular applications of wax. It also helps to start with high-quality paint, and theres no question that Mercedes-Benz quality during this era was second to none. Even the brightwork on the bumpers and around the windows of the hardtop remains bright and shiny. It shows signs of use but also signs of love. Thats the car you want. If you need any additional proof that the famous MB-Tex vinyl upholstery in these cars is virtually indestructible, look no further than the tan buckets in this roadster. We have every reason to believe the upholstery is original, and theres not a split seam or a worn corner anywhere to be found. Equally nice door panels show no evidence of even a drivers elbow leaning on the armrest and the carpets show only mild wear thats quite in line with the cars age and mileage. As a convertible, a little discoloration from the sun isnt unexpected, but everything has an all-of-a-piece look that suggests a well-maintained original rather than a piecemeal restoration. Woodgrain appliques on the center stack and console warm it up a bit and are showing their age, but theyre some of the only indicators that this car is now more than thirty years old. A newer AM/FM/CD stereo is the lone upgrade inside, because everything else was standard equipment. All SLs included two tops, and with the hardtop in place, this car seals up as well as a modern sedan. And true to form, the trunk is as beautifully upholstered as the rest of the interior. The 3.8 liter V8 was designed to help improve fuel economy but still delivers the kind of effortless performance that made these cars famous as high-speed cruisers. The bubbly SOHC V8 makes wonderful sounds and is remarkably flexible, equally content to burble through traffic or hammer down the autobahn at triple-digit speeds. The clean engine bay has been properly maintained from new, including converting the A/C to R134a refrigerant, so the system is working properly. It starts easily and drives smoothly, although it likes to be warmed up before you really push it, and the 3-speed automatic transmission is a willing partner. The all-independent suspension soaks up bumps but doesnt give up much in terms of handling, and 4-wheel discs were standard so you never feel like youre in over your head. Looks like those chrome wheels were installed in the 90s, but theyre flashy enough for the sporty yellow convertible and carry slightly larger than stock 205/65/15 Michelin radials. Enjoy the performance and luxury of this lovely SL roadster, which will make you feel like a movie star every time you drive it.. Call now!
Mint, new interior Seats, Convertible top,Stereo Bluetooth, Brand new interior hood insulation, installed in Skid Plates, New K&N Air Filter, mechanically replaced and perfect , had any and every checked and fixed recently. You wont find a cleaner car at this at this price, Newer tires, All scheduled maintenance, Upgraded sound system, Well maintained. Private seller ready to sell TODAY!!!
3.8 Liter V8, fully equipped. Good condition all around. Has both excellent soft and hardtops. Interior is way above average - rust free. Good tires. Runs and drives out just fine. Always garage kept, never damaged or abused. The best $7500 (OBO) you will ever spend on a sports car. Call 423 593-6351 days or evenings. Clean title in hand and dust cover included
You are looking at a 1972 Mercedes 280SE 4 door, she has been beautifully restored and I have thousands of dollars in receipts! It has a new green paint job and a rebuilt engine with only 3,000 miles on it. You can own it for only $10,000.00 which I feel is very fair for a vehicle like this one with the potential that this vehicle has. I might consider a possible trade, what do you have? What are you looking for? Lets talk!!! I sure would love to make this vehicle yours. What can I do to make that happen? If this Classic is the vehicle of your dreams then the best time to buy it is BEFORE someone else does. NOW is the time. The customer who may have looked at it yesterday and said I will buy it tomorrow may come back today and buy it while you are waiting to buy it tomorrow. Do not wait another minute. Give me a call right NOW so we can make this beauty yours. RIGHT NOW. You will be GLAD that you did!!! We specialize in Father and son restoration projects. We are located in the northwestern part of South Carolina 20 minutes south-east of Greenville. Drop by anytime and take a stroll through our Field of Dreams. You may just find that car of your dreams. I hope to see you soon. Give me a call on my toll-free number at 1-866-942-7716 so we can talk person to person about this car. If you happen to be out of our toll-free calling area call us on our regular number at 1-864-862-4423. We ship all over the world at your expense. We always have dozens and dozens of collector cars available for sale at all times. Visit Classic Cars of S.C. Inc. online at www.classiccarssouthcarolina.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 864-862-4423 today to schedule a look at this classic. We have shipped to just about every state in the US and 34 foreign countries. If you like you may text me at 1-864-313-2908. Visit Classic Cars of S.C. Inc. online at www.classiccarsofsc.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 864-862-4427 today to schedule your test drive.
Unfortunately have to sell my dream car. Love this car. Classic but drives perfectly and nearly mint condition. I only drive her on pretty weekend days, as did the previous owner. Kept in garage and I have had her completely service. She drives perfectly and looks stunning. Color is a brilliant black that looks more like a very dark grey. Black leather interior. There are a few almost unnoticeable scratches on passenger door. The leather behind driver seat has been indented due to chair being pushed all the way back, but is not noticeable. Available in Asheville, North Carolina. I have all papers even from original purchase. Hard Top with storage cart and cover. This car drives perfectly and is just beautiful!
The Mercedes SL is one of the most iconic cars ever produced. This generation of SL (known by their Mercedes internal designation number 107 ) is a very hot on the collector market. With a timeless design and world famous build quality, the cars never lost their attraction. This particular car is finished in a beautiful and rare Dunkelblau dark blue metallic blue with Dattel rich tan leather interior. It is powered by the famous 2.8 Liter twin cam engine developing 185 HP. It is backed a 5 speed transmission which was a rare option. Mercedes-Benz Enthusiast who know this generation of 280sl considered to be one of the best if not the best driving SL of the series. The alloy straight 6 engine makes the front end of the car lighter than her V8 sisters which gives sporty handling and created a better balanced car. This twin cam design put out more horsepower than any of the US market V8 powered SLs save the 5.5 liter 560SL. The 5-speed manual transmission, which was very rare even in th 280s, provides good acceleration and exceptional high-speed cruising ability all while providing much better fuel economy than the V8 cars. The straight six is also much easier to live with than the V8s. While all of the SL engines are know for their durability the straight six is much cheaper to keep than the V8s which require more maintenance especially now that they are 30 + years old. It was delivered new in Germany and imported to the US by its first owner. We have the original paperwork and years of service history to document the low mileage and factory equipment options. The body is in great rust free condition with fantastic paint and an a new looking interior. It runs and drives like you would expect. Of course it also has the factory hardtop. The engine compartment is clean, correct and tidy. It is equipped with factory air conditioning which is rare in a 280SL. Another advantage the 280 had over the US market cars is anti-lock brakes which did not make its US debut until they equipped the 1986 560SL. If you are in the market for one of these rapidly appreciating mechanical wonders and want to stand out from the crowd of red 560SL then this gorgeous blue and tan 5-speed SL is the car for you. More pictures coming,soon! For our overseas customers: We gladly help you to get your classic shipped to your country worldwide and delivered right to your home. With years of experience we work together with the best partners in the shipping business to make sure you classic car gets there . We also offer a German TUV Service where we take care of all the things that need to be changed or taken care of, to get it road legal in europe. Just ask for a quote and - wir sprechen deutsch!
Maren Morris sings the praises of this car in her song, 80s Mercedes. Just keeps getting sweeter with age, shes a classic through any decade . So, come on down, turn on the radio and get ready to roll . This car still runs good and is built to last . Didnt mean to get carried away with her song, but she describes these cars so creatively. Now lets look at this particular car in a little more detail. Still looking good in white which is its original paint, it even comes with a removable hardtop. So, you can choose to pop the convertible top down for the summer and set the hardtop on for the winter. Or just pop the hardtop on for a different look. Up front a big Mercedes Star leads the way in the center of a sharp looking chrome grill flanked by quad headlights with a set of fog lights mounted under a chrome bumper with black rub strips. Down the side of the car there are bold chrome fender lips over highly polished Mercedes mag wheels and body side molding with a chrome highlight. A thin pinstripe runs along the top of the fenders and door accenting the smooth body lines of the car. The interior of this car is dressed out in leather and wood. Open the door and settle into the leather seat and grab the leather wrapped steering wheel that feels good in your hands. Mercedes has always been a leader in the area of safety and equipped their cars with air bags even before they were mandated. Luxury and convenience items include air conditioning that has been updated with R134 freon along with power windows, locks, and cruise control. Beautiful burled wood underlines a dash panel with the speedometer in the center, the tach on the right with an inset clock, and the fuel and engine gauges off on the left. A row of indicators, mostly in universal symbols rather than words because Mercedes sells the same car all over the world, runs underneath the gauges. The center console, also in burled wood, has the original radio plus the controller for a remote CD player mounted in it just over the ventilation controls. The shifter along with the power window and mirror switches are mounted at the base of the console. Pop the hood and you will find nestled down in a neat and clean engine bay, the largest engine offered by Mercedes that year. It runs well and there are signs of good regular maintenance. But wheel spinning power isnt what this engine is about. Its about quiet, confident, power that takes you down the road in style without a bunch of drama. This car is designed to run the autobahns, so the four-speed automatic is smooth and efficient in the way it enables the car to run at leisurely low RPMs in top gear while traveling down the highway. But this is a car built to handle the backroads and mountains of Bavaria like a sportscar too, so dont underestimate what it is quietly capable of. The fully independent suspension and 4-wheel disc brakes instill confidence and provide great handling without sacrificing a great ride. The car rides on 205/65R15 tires all around mounted on those sweet Mercedes chrome wheels. Come on down and check out this modern classic. Its a good looking, great handling, nice driving car. And it could be yours.
This vehicle has a 5.0L V8 engine and an automatic transmission. It includes Power Door Locks, Power Windows, Cruise Control, Power Passenger Seat, Climate Control, Keyless Entry, Premium Sound System, Seat Memory, Bucket Seats, 4-Wheel Disc Brakes, Fog Lamps, Aluminum Wheels, Heated Mirrors, Driver Air Bag, Passenger Air Bag, Sunroof Wind Deflector, Traction Control, Woodgrain Interior Trim, 4-Wheel ABS, Leather Seats, AM/FM Stereo, Power Driver Seat, Cassette, Cell Phone Hookup, Auto-Dimming Rearview Mirror, Alarm, Rear Defrost, Passenger Vanity Mirror, Front Reading Lamps, Adjustable Steering Wheel, Power Driver Mirror, Heated Exterior Passenger Mirror, Power Passenger Mirror, Heated Exterior Driver Mirror, Driver Vanity Mirror, Driver Illuminated Vanity Mirror, Passenger Illuminated Visor Mirror, Tires - Rear Performance, Tires - Front Performance, Convertible Hardtop, Convertible Soft Top, A/C, and Power Steering. Price plus tax, title, and license fees. Processing fee of $99.00 included.