• Beautiful example of the Mercedes-Benz classic 'Pagoda' 280SL • German-delivered example complete with hard top • Sports car performance with saloon car comfort • Fitted with period Becker radio • Offered with copies of factory build sheets, books and tools Assembled at the Mercedes-Benz factory in Stuttgart, Germany, during the summer of 1969, this fine 280SL left the factory on July 18 that year. As new, it was finished in DB568 Signal Red, with matching hard top, and trimmed with a black MB Tex interior. The 280SL was equipped for the home market, and found its first owner in the Duisburg area, in Germany's Ruhr region. The car's early history remains unknown, but at some point the Mercedes-Benz migrated to the United States, where it has remained since. The 280SL's exterior was finished in the current black, and it is apparent that many mechanical and cosmetic refurbishments have been performed over the years. It should be noted that the car's engine number does not match the one listed on the factory built records, and suggests that another unit has been installed. Displaying good panel gaps, this 280SL has that outstanding quality feel so indicative of the marque. Complete
left-hand-drive 1969 mercedes benz 280 sl roadster black hardtop convertible german petrol
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