Designed by Paul Bracq, the Mercedes-Benz 280 SL was the final, best performing and most refined iteration of the instantly recognisable 'Pagoda Roof' SL series. Offering power steering, reclining seats and a large boot as standard, the new 280 SL also featured a quieter ride, shorter gearing, improved rust proofing and more torque and power than its predecessors, the 230 and 250 SL. We're proud to present one of the finest Australian delivered 280 SL's we have seen. Following the original Vehicle Delivery Certificate, this example was sold new by Mercedes Benz Australia, Sydney in May of 1969. Original and unrestored, this genuine low mileage example presents fantastically well. Optioned from factory in white coachwork over navy leather interior this 280 SL looks exquisite on the road. Accompanying the car are the original log books, delivery certificate and warranty card bound within the original vinyl satchel. There are also receipts confirming regular and up-to-date servicing and there is also a Statutory Declaration confirming the original condition and low kilometers. The condition of this 280 SL truly embodies the phrase 'time warp' with all interior componentry including da
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