1961 Mercedes-Benz 190SL
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68K ORIGINAL MILES!
This vehicle has recently gone through a thorough refurbishing process that included all new leather on the door panels, and dash, a new convertible top, all new chrome, engine work, and repaint. Original leather on the seats! The vehicle will make a great addition to any car collection. It comes with an original manual for the vehicle and for the radio Everything on this vehicle works. Please take a look at all images to see the pristine condition this vehicle is in.
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The Mercedes 190SL has a relatively short but important history. It was first revealed as a prototype in 1954 at the New York Auto Show. The vehicle was officially produced from 1955 to 1963. During this nine-year period, Mercedes-Benz released an estimated 25,881 units. Production was at its highest in 1956 and its lowest in 1963.
The assembly of these vehicles took place in West Germany. Only a few more than 10,000 vehicles were purchased by U.S. consumers; the rest were spread across other countries.
Its estimated that nearly half of 190SLs no longer exist today. Their rarity is one of the most attractive things about these vehicles. Another main reason that consumers purchase this car is because of its timeless design.
It even won recognition as a Milestone Car by the Milestone Car Society. Many elements of the 1950s 190SL models are still used in contemporary Mercedes-Benz vehicles.
Visual appeal isnt the only thing that the 190SL has going for it. This vehicle offers great durability, dependability, and drive. Its equipped with a 1.9-liter 4-cylinder engine that produces up to 105 horsepower.
The synchronized manual transmission lets the driver easily shift the car and select the pertinent gear. Thanks to its innovative engineering, the 190SL always lets the driver maintain solid control of the vehicle.
- Classic Car ID101895304
- Stock NumberN/A
- CategoryImport Classics
- Body StyleConvertible
- Mileage68,504 miles
- Engine4 Cylinder
- Drivetrain2 wheel drive - rear
- Exterior ColorWhite
- Interior ColorBlack
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