1970 Mercedes-Benz 280SL
Miami Beach, FL 33139
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VIN: 113.044-12-017723 - Silver Metallic hardtop, Excellent Condition, all books and manuals, complete tool roll, and detailed provenance are included.
The Port installed (Factory) air conditioning, was recently converted to Freon 134-A. Extensive service book documentation from delivery at 45 miles on 9/3/1970 reflects the original Missouri owner of this SL, after a completed valve job on 9/1/2005 by the selling Dealer, at 50473 miles, then sold it on 10/03/2007 at 51049 miles to Tony Labella Classic Cars in Cherry Hill, New Jersey for a complete restoration and mechanical overhaul, including a new navy blue soft top, interior, and outstanding re-paint to original Silver Metallic Code DB # 180. This car was professionally and completely restored to Concours quality condition. The undercarriage is as meticulous as the top of the car. All factory paint markings and spot welds are in place. The navy blue leather interior is in perfect condition, as well as the dash board, gauges, and components. The wood trim is in excellent condition with no cracks. All glass and the new windshield is in excellent condition with new rubber sealing and fitted properly. The radio is a correct Becker AM/FM. A compact, remote controlled Panasonic AM/FM/XM/CD is discreetly installed in the glove box. The navy blue soft top is new. All chrome is excellent with no dings, pitting, or blemishes.
Upon completion of the restoration, the car was sold on 4/22/2008 at 51152 miles to an internationally recognized photographer, who stored the car until the sale to it's current owner ten years later. Recent enhancements include a complete engine tune-up, replacement of all filters and fluids, new Bilstein shocks, new belts, and conversion to 134A refrigerant.
Classic Car ID101044654
ConditionHagerty Concours #2 - (Strong) Excellent: Price Base $80,000 + $4500 hardtop + 15% Factory A/C = $97,175.
Custom ColorSilver Metallic Code DB #180
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