This 1958 Mercedes-Benz 190SL is just out of long term ownership. Red with black interior. It runs and drives well and is a very presentable car overall. Mechanically excellent. An excellent original car for only $72,500
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A very original 190SL presented beautifully in White with Grey Leather. This car has never been restored but benefits from a new paint and interior. . Sometimes we are lucky to offer a very special car for sale which ticks all the right boxes. These 190SLs are stunningly attractive cars which were built during the great years of Mercedes Benz engineering and when new, cost just over half the price of a 300SL Gullwing. Today thanks to Mercedes policy of parts availability and simple engineering, they offer an affordable and rather glamorous way of convertible classic motoring. This particular 190SL was sold new in California and has remained in that State until now. For those who are not in the know, Californian cars are great, the climate is wonderfully dry, rust is not an issue and they are huge Classic car enthusiasts. They also happen to host Pebble Beach and Monterey, perhaps the best Classic car meet in the world. This is a matching number car which retains its original components and Hardtop. It has had only two owners in its life, the last for over 30 years. This last owner was very active in the MB 190SL Owners Club and even hosted the annual Club Concours in 2004. Naturally he treated his own 190SL very well indeed. In 2001 this last owner carried out a very thorough restoration to a very high standard at a cost of over $50,000. It included a bare metal respray, mechanical work, new interior and soft top, new chrome and restored period Blaupunkt radio. A large file contains the receipts for all of this work. A copy of the Mercedes Benz Classic Centre certificate shows that it was originally supplied in DB050 White with the hardtop and hubcaps in DB040 Black and the interior in DB955 Grey leather. It still carries this colour combination to this day, although the hardtop and hubcaps are now painted white. In the past few years this car has seen little use, but remains in excellent condition with high quality paint over straight panels . The panel gaps are good and overall this is a very crisply presented car. The chrome is good, as are the glass and lights. The interior is excellent reflecting the high quality workmanship and the seats are in good shape with no sagging and the carpet is the correct square weave pattern. The dash top has also been re-trimmed in grey leather and the instruments are in good condition, as is the ivory steering wheel and period Blaupunkt radio. It also has the very rare, valuable, and working, mechanical glove box clock. The Black soft top is in excellent shape and the hood cover is trimmed in grey leather. The engine bay is clean and nicely detailed and one may notice that it still has the original and rare Solex carburetors and factory airbox. The boot is clean and tidy and the original jack and wheel brace are present. As we wrote, this car ticks all the boxes and represents an excellent opportunity to acquire a superb, rust free, matching numbers 190SL which comes from long term 30 year ownership. It has been very well restored in its original colour combination and comes with its original factory hardtop, data card, Heritage Certificate and a huge boxful of receipts and Mercedes Benz literature.
Type: Used Year: 1957 Make: Mercedes-Benz Model: 190SL Body: Convertible Trans: 4-Speed Manual Stock 743 Mileage: 13000 Ext Color: Black Int Color: Beige/Tan Vin: 1957190SL
Mercedes 190 SL Equipment: Meget fin stand Fuld Historie Dansk Bil Fra ny Original Hardtop medfølger Flot Farve Kombination skal ses ring for info
Mercedes 190 SL 0 Cabriolet Type 121 Equipment: Dansk bil fra ny Original interiør dejlig Patina sælges for kunde ring for info
This 1956 Mercedes-Benz 190SL is a beautiful driver wearing an older restoration and a very solid California car. Blue with blue interior and hardtop only. It has a rebuilt engine, nice paint, chrome, and interior. It's runs and drives well and is very presentable. A great buy at just $89,500
Beautifully Original 1959 Mercedes-Benz 190SL This 1959 Mercedes-Benz 190SL is in beautiful original condition and is absolutely rust free. Red with black interior, this 190 is an excellent driver and full of integrity. The car just completed the Colorado Grand in August and it did very well. A great buy and a very collectible car for only $89,500
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The 190 SL model name is derived from the car's 1897cc engine capacity. The straight-four unit produces 104hp and enables the car to reach speeds of well over 100mph. Lifting the bonnet of this example reveals a sound engine bay. There is a degree of patina to many of the components but nothing untoward to note. Power is transferred to the rear wheels via a four-speed manual gearbox.
*** THIS CAR HAS BEEN SOLD *** Please contact us if you were interested in this car. Our inventory is constantly changing and we will have similar examples of this model becoming available soon. ----------------------------- Mercedes Benz 190 SL cabriolet 1961 in very good condition 1961 Mercedes Benz 190 SL convertible in very good condition. This 2-seat ‘luxury roadster’was built in Stuttgart between 1955 and 1963. The car has the original 1897 cc 120 hp engine and a fully synchronised 4-speed gearbox. The car is fully technical checked in our garage and drives fabulous. This 190SL has a black mohair softtop, a new black leather interior and the original Becker radio. The car is registered in Holland since 1993. A very beautiful 190SL and a good investment. Car has Holland title and Holland mot/tuv. Easy to register in every EU country. You do not need to pay any importtaxes. We can help with transport.
*** THIS CAR HAS BEEN SOLD *** Please contact us if you were interested in this car. Our inventory is constantly changing and we will have similar examples of this model becoming available soon. ----------------------------- Mercedes Benz 190 SL 1961 black wit red interior in topcondition ‘The little brother of the 300 SL Roadster’, that is the Mercedes Benz 190 SL, built in Stuttgart between 1955 and 1963. This is a 1961 Mercedes Benz 190 SL, is in Holland since 2000. The black paint, red interior, chrome parts, black mohair softtop etc are in topcondition. Technics are fully checked in our workshop and are in very good condition. The car has the original 1897 CC 120 HP engine and a fully synchronized 4 speed gearbox. So a very beautiful car and a good investment also. Car has Holland title and Holland mot/tuv. Easy to register in every EU country. You do not need to pay any importtaxes. We can help with transport.
Mercedes-Benz 190SL Roadster 1960 in very good condition The Mercedes Benz 190SL is a convertible, built between 1955 and 1963 and was the small version of the iconic 300SL. This Mercedes was delivered in 1960. The car is in a beautiful restored condition and has marvelous blue paint, beautiful chrome and a very beautiful black interior. Car has the 1897 CC 4 cyl 105 HP engine and manual gearbox. The car also has a black mohair softtop. Both the in- and outside of this car are beautiful and the car runs great. Car has European title and mot/tuv. Easy to register in every EU country. You do not need to pay any importtaxes. We can help with transport.
SOLD/VERKAUFT/VENDU/VERKOCHT Mercedes Benz 190 SL 1962 wonderful colours in very good condition 1962 Merccedes Benz 190 SL. Both the in- and outside are in a very good and very well maintained condition. The car has the most wonderful colourcombination of red paint combined with brown leather interior and a brown mohair softtop. The paint, chrome, interior etc are in a marvelous condition. Really beautiful and chic. Thanks to the original 1897 CC 120 HP engine this car drives great. The car is fully checked in our workshop. The car also has the original Becker radio. So a very beautiful and chic Mercedes Benz 190 SL fully ready for driving. Car has Holland title and Holland mot/tuv. Easy to register in every EU country. You do not need to pay any importtaxes. We can help with transport.
Mercedes-Benz 190SL 1957, Feuerwehr rot, restored in top condition This elegant Mercedes-Benz 190SL is delivered in 1957. In 2010 the 190SL is totally restored and got beautiful Mercedes original ‘Feuerwehr ‘ rotpaint. The chrome is in top condition and a marvellous combination with the paint. The interior is cream leather with several chrome details. Optic and technic in very good condition. The original 1897CC, 120 HP engine is revised and in top condition. This fantastic Mercedes-Benz 190SL is ready for many rides but also a good investment. Car has Holland title and Holland mot/tuv. Easy to register in every EU country. You do not need to pay any importtaxes. We can help with transport.
(SOLD) This truly original, and very well-kept 190SL Roadster came from a long-term collector who owned it for many years. It is in wonderful condition, benefiting from an excellent history of maintenance and care. Beautifully presented in Ivory with a luxurious Beige interior and sitting atop a set of period-correct white-wall radial tires, the Roadster stands as a sleek and elegantly restored example from a time gone by that is ready to driven and enjoyed today. Benefiting from recent restoration services by Mercedes-Benz professionals, the 190SL has received a comprehensive detail and servicing, including the installation of new brake components, a hydraulic system bleed, professional restoration of the cooling and fuel systems, electrical system diagnostics, re-chroming of the brite work (as was needed), along with a full detailing of the roadster's undercarriage. The car comes equipped with a number of desirable features that are sure to please collectors, including full factory instrumentation, an original Becker radio, and authentic German carpets and top. With its timeless, classic design, backed by an exceptional reputation, this vintage Mercedes-Benz is an excellent choic
(SOLD) This Mercedes-Benz has recently undergone a show driver level restoration. It is a very original and well-maintained vehicle.
(SOLD) This original 190 SL was purchased new in Germany and brought back to the United States. One family owned since new and stored in dry storage for many years. This is a totally original unmolested survivor.
(SOLD) Our Mercedes is a good restoration candidate and is currently undergoing a total restoration to anthercite gray/red, and will be priced at 55k when completed. (photos shown are a representation of the finished vehicle)
(SOLD) Beautifully presented in light blue with wide, white-wall radial tires, matching wheel covers and with a navy blue interior and convertible top, this 190SL Roadster stands as a nicely restored example. Benefitting from a recent restoration and detailing by Mercedes-Benz professionals, the roadster was disassembled and body worked, prepared for primer, sealer, paint, base coat, clear coat, color sanded and buffed to a fabulous finish. Under the hood, the roadster's engine, components, and systems were rebuilt, restored, and serviced, along with the addition of a new exhaust system, re-plating of britework, and had new rubber installed throughout. In addition, the engine bay is exceptionally clean, with it being highly detailed with proper accessories, components, with a well-presented undercarriage. The interior is finished in plush navy blue leather, along with fresh grey carpeting. Desirable features include full factory instrumentation, Blaupunkt AM/FM radio, original speaker box, and a VDO clock mounted on the glove box door, as well as front and rear over riders. The 190SL also comes with numerous, desirable original items such as the owner’s manual, tool roll, jack, and
(SOLD) This is a superb original 190SL that has always been garage kept and cared for. During the restoration process, all of the brightwork was restored to a superb finish, very good paint, and new interior with the proper German weave carpet. Recently, this vehicle has had its carburetors rebuilt, engine resleaved, and many other components were serviced as needed. A full vehicle detail by Classic Showcase was performed and included the undercarriage and under the bonnet along with a detail and service. This classic also comes with a spare tire, jack, tools, and owners manual. This vehicle is in spectacular condition and is a real authentic pedigree car.
PRICE REDUCTION For many years these high quality cars were over looked as an alternative to the more desirable 300SL Roadsters. Currently with 300SL Roadsters routinely eclipsing the $1M mark, the 190SL has finally achieved its rightful collector status. This gorgeous example has been in a one family long term ownership. We have volumes of invoices documenting a full restoration completed approximately 10 years ago and still standing proudly in its factory original code DB190 Graphite Gray exterior and full red leather interior with concours quality chrome trim, it is truly a stunning example. It has a slight performance upgrade due to the well balanced addition of Weber carburetors. Recent Hartz stayfast canvas top and brand new Vredesten Sprint Wide White Wall radials. Original factory clock, Becker radio and heater and all gauges work properly. Investment grade throughout. 81,514 Documented Actual Miles Price: $110,900.00
- ELIGIBLE FOR THE MILLE MIGLIA - Â Our Mercedes-Benz 190SL -chassis no. 121042-10-015590- is one of 1,650 Mercedes-Benz 190SL built for the US market in 1959. Â Completed at the Mercedes-Benz plant in Stuttgart in December of 1959, it was soon exported to New York and the well-known US distributorship, Maximilien Hoffman. Â She was purchased in early 1960s by a New York state enthusiast who then gave the car to his son in 1975. Â In 1997, this one entrusted to Bruce L. Adams from Sports Leicht Restorations an extensive "frame off" restoration of his beloved Mercedes 190 SL, which lasted seven years and cost around USD 111,000! Â In 2015, she underwent an extensive service for about USD 25,900 at Mercedes-Benz Classic Center US (Irvine - CA). Â Totally restored and very well maintained, our Mercedes 190 SL is in perfect cosmetic and mechanical condition. She comes with her restoration record, and a copy of her Mercedes-Benz Vehicle Data Card. Â And the most important, she is now eligible for the Mille Miglia. Â US title - European taxes paid
When Mercedes-Benz released the fabulous 300SL coupe in 1954, it was a success, although sales were limited to those who could afford a car that cost three-times what the new Corvette roadster cost. One of the greatest marketing minds in America’s post-war import automotive world was Max Hoffman. In the fall of 1953, at a special board meeting in Stuttgart, he recommended that Daimler-Benz should develop a lightweight, sporty car based on their new and popular 180 series could reflect the styling of the 300SL. Fritz Nallinger was given the task and within five months had produced a working prototype ready for exhibition at the 1954 New York Auto Show. Designated the 190SL, it won rave reviews based on its looks and it was announced production would begin for the 1955 model year. Mounted on a detachable subframe along with the four-speed manual gearbox, front suspension and steering, the power unit was a 1,897cc overhead-camshaft four, the first such engine ever to feature in a Mercedes-Benz. Breathing through twin Solex downdraft carburetors, this M121 power unit produced 105bhp at 5,700rpm, an output sufficient to propel the 190SL to 100km/h in 14.5 seconds and on to a top speed of 171km/h. The fact that the 190's ride was more boulevard than sporting, and that many contemporary sports cars could outperform it while costing a good deal less, did nothing to deter sales. The model was a big hit in the US, where a good percentage of the slightly fewer than 26,000 produced between 1955 and 1963 found homes. Several private teams took the 190SL’s racing with mixed results. In Hollywood, a number of famous celebrities loved these little sports cars such as Grace Kelly, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Yul Brenner, Alfred Hitchcock and even Beatle drummer Ringo Starr. In just the past few years, the beauty of the design of the 190SL has been recognized by collectors from around the world and as a benefit the values of these wonderful roadsters have risen dramatically, especially for as restored example such as the car on offer. The car’s early ownership history remains unknown, but the car appeared in Florida by the 2000s. In 2009 the car was purchased, in somewhat aged condition, by Joe Fahey of John's Island near Vero Beach, Florida, who soon embarked on a comprehensive restoration of the classic Mercedes-Benz. Sadly, Mr. Fahey passed away in 2012, soon after the three-year restoration job had been completed. The previous owner purchased the car from Mr. Fahey's widow, and the 190SL has resided in his air conditioned and climate controlled garage, and was looked after by Bruce Woodson of Woodson and Mercer, Inc. It is evident upon close inspection that the restoration was done to a very high standard. Finished in a rich dark Moss Green complimented with tan leather seats, the fit and finish of this Mercedes-Benz is at or above the strict specifications from when these cars were new. Under the hood the 1897cc, SOHC in-line four-cylinder engine hums to life fed by a pair of Solex carburetors just as when new. The engine compartment is very well detailed, appearing as it did when it left the factory. Maintained in excellent mechanical condition this car starts easily and the shifting is tight and sure with superb clutch action. Handling is solid and responsive, while delivering a ride that provides just enough feel of the road to maintain control. As befitting of a car restored just a few years ago, this 190SL presents itself beautifully. With straight and smooth body panels, the paint shows quite well and there is only a slight indication when looking at the soft trim of this car, that it has been used at all. The tan top raises and lowers in a one-person operation with the ease and precision one expects in a finely engineered sports roadster, and the car is fitted with an original VDO clock and a proper Becker Europa multi-band radio. Complete with the original, matching numbers engine, and copies of the factory build sheet, this incredible 190SL offers a great opportunity to purchase an outstanding example of a charming and iconic roadster.
Year: 1956 Colour: Silver Trim: Red Hide Configuration: LHD
1959; LHD; ‘Concours’ Condition; Blue Metallic/Navy Blue Leather Interior; Blue Carpets; Blue Soft Top. An original European 190SL fully restored (’rotisserie’ with photographic records). All components renewed - chrome, engine re-build, suspension, brakes, exhaust etc with history file of all invoices totalling circa 200k Euro’s carried out in Germany. Recent Servicing work carried out by DK Engineering. Fitted with Electric Steering & bespoke ‘slightly smaller’ Steering Wheel to more easily accommodate taller drivers. Comes with Owners Manual & 2 sets of Keys. UK Registered since 2008. Covered 17,000 kms since Restoration (2003). Pls call with your enquiries & to make an appointment to view - 020 8418 9191 or 07836 522234. Located: Loughton, Essex - 10mins M25 Jnc 26.
Hoping to capitalise on the 300SL's iconic status and numerous competition successes, Mercedes-Benz introduced its smaller stable mate in 1955. The attractive 190SL roadster looked very similar to the 300SL, but thanks to more modest underpinnings it cost a great deal less. Based on the 180 saloon the 190SL sported all round coil spring suspension and power assisted drum brakes. Power came from a 1,897cc version of the 180 saloon's four cylinder engine which, via twin Solex carburettors, produced 120bhp at 5,700rpm and 101lb/ft at 3,800rpm. This stunning LHD 190SL has an interesting history. Prepared for road tours, the car has recently participated in the Tour Auto, and is ideally suited for similar events whilst still being entirely useable as an everyday car. Fitted with 40 DCOE Weber carburettors, radial tyres, full harness seatbelt and a fire extinguisher, and complete with a FIVA Passport. Having been kept in a German collection of prestigious sports cars for over 20 years, the car has always been properly maintained with no expense spared, as evidenced by the detailed history file and the remarkable condition of the underside. Beautifully presented in (DB 166) light blue with dark blue leather interior and canvas hood. Recently imported into the UK, fully serviced and ready to enjoy.
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