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Mercedes-Benz 230SL
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  • Mercedes Benz 230SL Cabriolet 1964

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    SOLD / VERKAUFT / VENDU / VERKOCHT Mercedes-Benz 230SL Pagode 1964 dark blue in good condition In 1963 on the Autosalon from Geneva the successor of the 190 SL was introduced, the Mercedes-Benz 230SL (W113), built till 1967. This is a 1964 230SL convertible with the upstanding spare tire. Paint is dark blue with dark blue leather interior and in a beautiful and good condition. Paint, chrome, interior etc are very beautiful. The 2306 CC 6 in line 150 HP engine is fully checked in our workshop. Drives very good in combination with the 4 speed manual gearbox. The car has a blue mohair softtop. Really a beautiful car and great to drive. Car has Danish title and document importduties for every EU country are paid by us. Documentation is complete for registration in every EU country. You do not need to pay any importduties. We can help with transport. Trading in, buying and consignment possible.

    • Year: 1964
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  • 1966 Mercedes-Benz 230SL

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    As the oldest car company in the world, Mercedes-Benz has a lot to live up to year after year. By the time the 1960’s had come around the company was nearly 70+ years old, nearly twice that of most of their contemporaries. They offered Grandeur in the 1930’s, superb engineering and competitive road going race cars for the 1940’s and 50’s. For the 1960’s however, the ever successful SL or “Sport Leicht” was due for a refresh, face lift, and an all-round new concept. Debuting in 1963 at the Geneva Motor Show, the 230SL also known as the “Pagoda” was about to kick off nearly 50+ years of evolution and success. These nimble, technologically advanced, refined roadsters became the standard, and today offer a timeless experience. The example on offer here is of the first generation of SL “Pagoda” offerings, the 230SL. It is presented h in the very rare, correct color combination as it left the factory: 716H Grey Beige and 112 Turquoise. Thanks to Mercedes Heritage, the original data card translation shows this example, chassis # 11304210014683 left the factory with the following options: chassis number: 113 042 10 014683 engine number: 127 981 10 011875 transmission number: 011933 front a

    • Year: 1966
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  • 1965 Mercedes-Benz 230SL

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    The “Sport Leicht” or SL as we know it was the Mercedes-Benz answer to the need for not only a homologation car for racing, but for a sports car for the public. Something the company had not offered in years past. The limited runs of 680S, SS, SSK and 500K/540K cars meant huge money even for those looking to own some of the fastest and most lavish cars in Europe, or the US. The atmosphere at the now post-war Mercedes-Benz was onward and upward. A flagship was needed to carry the company competitively within each model range. Thus the SL was introduced as a concept and shortly thereafter produced as the 300SL and Gullwing, as well as the 190SL. With great success, the introduction of the next generation in 1963 meant even more volume, as well as a car that was far ahead of its time. Today, we know the “Pagoda” cars (or W113) as a comfortable sports tourer that offered everything Jaguar or other companies lacked. It was easy to use, sporting, comfortable and very reliable. As such it ended up in the driveways and garages of both sports car enthusiasts and those who simply wanted a comfortable, reliable two door convertible. The example on offer here is perhaps the iconic 230SL that m

    • Year: 1965
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  • 1964 Mercedes-Benz 230SL

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    The “Sport Leicht” or SL as we know it was the Mercedes-Benz answer to the need for not only a homologation car for racing, but for a sports car for the public. Something the company had not offered in years past. The limited runs of 680S, SS, SSK and 500K/540K cars meant huge money even for those looking to own some of the fastest and most lavish cars in Europe, or the US. The atmosphere at the now post-war Mercedes-Benz was onward and upward. A flagship was needed to carry the company competitively within each model range. Thus the SL was introduced as a concept and shortly thereafter produced as the 300SL and Gullwing, as well as the 190SL. With great success, the introduction of the next generation in 1963 meant even more volume, as well as a car that was far ahead of its time. Today, we know the “Pagoda” cars (or W113) as a comfortable sports tourer that offered everything Jaguar or other companies lacked. It was easy to use, sporting, comfortable and very reliable. As such it ended up in the driveways and garages of both sports car enthusiasts and those who simply wanted a comfortable, reliable two door convertible. The example on offer here is perhaps the most well-optioned

    • Year: 1964
    For sale
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  • 1966 Mercedes Benz 230SL

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    As the oldest car company in the world, Mercedes-Benz has a lot to live up to year after year. By the time the 1960’s had come around the company was nearly 70+ years old, nearly twice that of most of their contemporaries. They offered grandeur in the 1930’s, and superb engineering and competitive road going race cars for the 1940’s and 50’s. For the 1960’s however, the ever successful SL or “Sport Leicht” was due for a refresh, face lift, and an all-round new concept. Debuting in 1963 at the Geneva Motor Show, the 230SL also known as the “Pagoda” was about to kick off nearly 50+ years of evolution and success that has yet to end. These nimble, technologically advanced, refined roadsters became the standard, and today offer a timeless experience that anyone can relate to as the standard for a luxury sports car. The example on offer here is of the first generation of SL “Pagoda” offerings, the 230SL. These sporty little light weight roadster were in production from mid 1963 through 1966 before later being developed into the 250SL and then eventually the 280SL. 1971 marked the last of the hand built Mercedes Benz and the last of the very pretty “Pagoda” SL’s which were later replaced

    • Year: 1966
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  • 1967 Mercedes Benz 230SL

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    “SL” or sports lightweight has been synonymous with Mercedes-Benz since the advent of the 300 SL in 1954. In 1963 however, a new type of SL would be unveiled, an SL re-engineered from the ground up, which we now know as the W113 chassis, or 230 SL. A revolutionary design, the 230 SL brought drastically squared proportions when compared with to its predecessors, yet still combined style, reliability and safety all into one attractive two seater. Utilizing the monocoque chassis from the 200 series sedan, the 230 SL was the first SL to be equipped with an overhead-cam Bosch fuel injected 2.3 litre straight 6 engine, capable of achieving over 120 miles per hour, quite impressive for an automobile weighing in at just over 2,800 lbs. Equally impressive would be its stopping power, equipped with Girling disk brakes in the front, and power assisted drum brakes in the rear. Mercedes-Benz continued their reputation for combining style with safety, as the 230 SL would be one of the first sports cars to have front and rear “deformation zones” or crumple zones, as we now know them; a concept from Mercedes-Benz engineer Béla Barényi. Mr. Barényi would also design the sturdy “pagoda” hardtop, bas

    • Year: 1967
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  • Mercedes-Benz 230SL

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    A complete design change for Mercedes-Benz, the 230SL followed the 190SL successes introduced in 1963 at Geneva, Technical Director Prof. Fritz Nallinger focused on increased power and safety quoting “It was our aim to create a very safe and fast sports car with high performance, which despite its sports characteristics, provides a very high degree of traveling comfort” The 230SL is the first sports car from Mercedes to feature a rigid passenger cell, designing crumple zones and impact absorption onto the new shortened S class chassis. The rounding of the corners and new roof lines brought the nickname “Pagoda” at launch. Our 230SL has an extensive history as one owner enjoyed it for over 37years, 25 of those in storage until his retirement. In 2010 it benefitted from mechanical and bodywork refurbishment and has covered only 1,200 miles since. Works detailed include engine rebuild, gearbox and rear axle overhaul, renewing brake lines, calipers and drums, then unleaded conversion included full sonic fuel tank clean and new fuel lines. All these works are finished with a stainless exhaust system to enhance the driving pleasure. Body and trim were then restored by recognised coach and trim works. Although delivered to its first 1966 owner in blue, it was repainted red in 1972 by its second longstanding owner red to match his wifes car colour and has faithfully remained this colour throughout the restoration. The car remains in pristine order throughout, including the underside.

    • Year: 1966
    • Mileage: 23600 mi
    For sale
    £99,995 £99,995