Type: Used Year: 1986 Make: Mercedes-Benz Model: 560sl Body: Roadster Trans: Automatic Stock C18 Ext Color: Silver Int Color: Silver Vin: C18
Type: Used Year: 1987 Make: Mercedes-Benz Model: 560 SL Body: Roadster Trans: Automatic Stock C20 Mileage: 59500 Engine Size: 5.6 Ext Color: White Int Color: Burgundy/Maroon Vin: C20
Type: Used Year: 1989 Make: Mercedes-Benz Model: 560SL Body: Roadster Trans: Automatic Stock 791 Mileage: 34131 Engine Size: 5.6 Ext Color: Burgundy/Maroon Int Color: Red Vin: WDBBA48D3KA098795
Chequered Flag International is pleased to offer this 1988 Mercedes 560 SL in Desert Taupe with Cream Beige interior. 34,834 miles with clean CARFAX. Very nice body with all stickers in place on all panels. Good paint. Interior is very good. Mechanically good and a delight to drive. Comes with its books and all keys. Inspections encouraged. All sales As-IS. Sales tax and license fees due if delivered in California. Visit Chequered Flag International online at chequeredflag.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 310-827-8665 today to schedule your test drive.
With the introduction of the W113 chassis in the early 1960s, Mercedes-Benz had essentially invented their own class of sports roadster. This 2 seat roadster was less of an all-out sports car, and more of an all-weather GT car with superior refinement and quality that meant it could be used as an everyday driver. The W113 proved a great success through three generations and in 1971 was replaced by an all-new SL, known internally as the R107. The R107 was a new chassis design that utilized shared suspension and drivetrain components from mid-sized Mercedes sedans, but wore unique sheet metal designed by the great Bruno Sacco. The R107 offered greater luxury, performance and modern refinement than its predecessor and while it still was not a hardcore sports car, it could hold its own on fast, flowing roads and was unmatched for its continent crushing ability. The first generation 350SL featured the same V8 shared with the 280SE 3.5, which was soon enlarge to the big 4.5liter version and renamed 450SL. The 107 SL proved to be a runaway success for Mercedes, thanks to the exceptionally well-engineered chassis, excellent performance from the V8 engines, and unrivaled build quality. Production of the R107 lasted from 1971 through 1989, making it the longest production run of any Mercedes-Benz passenger car to date. Only the Galandewagen off-roader has been in production longer. For the final version of the R107, engineers took the 5.6 liter V8 from flagship SEL sedan and shoehorned it into the roadster body to create the 560SL, in turn creating an instant classic and the very best of the R107 SL family. With the benefit of nearly two decades of development and technological refinements such as ABS brakes and traction control, as well as stout performance from the alloy V8, the last of the great SLs strikes the perfect balance of style and performance. The 560SL also comes from a time when legendary Mercedes-Benz dependability was at its pinnacle, yet still offers relative ease of service. Few roadsters can compare with the 560SL for its all-round capabilities and exceptional refinement. Paired with timeless styling, it is easy to see why the 560SL and its siblings have so quickly become full-fledged collectibles. This handsome 1989 560SL is an outstanding example, showing just 19,825 miles from new. It is a one family owned car from new in beautiful condition, finished in the striking combination of Smoke Silver over Burgundy leather. It is a very fine car that has exceptionally well maintained from new and kept in impeccably clean condition. The original “15-hole” style alloy wheels look beautiful against the superb paint. Likewise, the hard-wearing leather interior has been beautifully maintained and preserved in excellent condition. Burl walnut trim on the console and dash is in exquisite condition, and it still retains its original Becker Grand Prix stereo. Both tops are present and in excellent order, with the soft top in contrasting black and the hard top finished in matching Smoke Silver as per original, and the fully trimmed trunk is in excellent condition. The 5.6 liter, Bosch fuel-injected V8 engine runs strong and smooth, as it should, and has been exceptionally well maintained. The incredibly clean engine bay is properly detailed with correct original gold-cadmium fittings, clamps, hardware and decals all in excellent order. The car has a clean CarFax, and Included with the car are the original books and manuals, data card, spare keys, as well as the original window sticker and original purchase documents. These are famously robust automobiles, but only when properly maintained and cared for, and this example has clearly been cherished from the day it was first delivered. The 560SL is a rapidly appreciating classic, and fine examples such as this are in high demand; yet they still represent an excellent value considering the robust performance and legendary reliability.
Mercedes-Benz has always had a tremendously diverse portfolio. From passenger cars to heavy trucks and buses, Mercedes has built just about every type of four-wheeled vehicle conceivable. Yet with only a couple of notable exceptions, it has never really been a maker of sports cars in the purest sense of the term. So when faced with a decision to replace the 300SL (very much a real sports car) and its junior 190SL sibling with a new sports car in the early 1960s, Mercedes chose to forge its own path. The exotic, tubular-chassis 300SL was very expensive to produce, and more standardization was needed to keep costs in check. The 190SL was seen as more of a fashion statement than a true sports car, and it too was costly to build. A replacement for both came in the form of the R113 230SL, which combined the six-cylinder status of the 300SL with the compact, comfortable sporty-tourer nature of the 190SL. This all-new car was less of an all-out sports car, and more of an all-weather GT car with superior refinement and quality in comparison to its rivals. And since it shared components with regular production Mercedes sedans, it was much more efficient to produce. The R113 proved a great success through three generations and in 1971 was replaced by an all-new SL, known internally as the R107. The R107 carried on the spirit of the R113, but with an all-new chassis design that utilized shared suspension and drivetrain components from mid-sized Mercedes sedans but clothed in unique sheet metal designed by Bruno Sacco. The R107 offered greater luxury, performance and modern refinement than its predecessor and while it still was not a hardcore sports car, it could be thrown around a fast, flowing road with aplomb yet deliver its occupants to their destination unruffled. The 107 SL proved to be a runaway success for Mercedes, thanks to the exceptionally well-engineered chassis, excellent performance from the V8 engines, and unrivaled build quality. Such was its commercial success; it served as the longest-running production passenger car in Mercedes-Benz history and went on to become an iconic period status symbol. For the final version of the R107, engineers took the 5.6 liter V8 from flagship SEL sedan and shoehorned it into the roadster body to create the 560SL, in turn creating an instant classic and the very best of the R107 SL family. With the benefit of nearly two decades of development and refinements such as ABS brakes, limited slip differential, leather upholstery and driver’s airbag, along with stout performance from the alloy V8, these great SLs provide a fine balance of style and performance. Few roadsters can compare with the 560SL for its year-round capability, exceptional refinement and legendary build quality. Paired with timeless styling and brisk performance, it is easy to see why this generation of SL has become so collectible. This exquisite 1986 560SL has covered just 13,491 miles from new and remains in exceptional, beautifully maintained condition from top to bottom. Presented in its original and very attractive color scheme of silver over blue leather with a blue soft top, this is fabulous example of Mercedes’ legendary roadster. As one would expect from such a low-mileage SL, the body is arrow-straight with factory-precise panel alignment and beautiful quality original paintwork. Exterior chrome and plastic trim is in excellent condition and it rides on a set of original alloy wheels polished to a mirror shine. The luxurious cabin is trimmed in original blue leather, again in superb, totally original condition and in keeping with the remarkably low miles. All power functions work as they should and the car feels every bit as fresh as the odometer shows. The sale includes the matching original hard top, hard top stand, window sticker, tool kit and books. This superlative 560SL has the look and feel of a new car and is certainly one of the finest of its kind available today.
Last year for the 107 series cars. This garage kept example still wears most of its original Black paint. Nearly new 215/65 R-15 Bridgestone radials on spotless factory alloy rims. The original German leather interior appears in excellent condition to match the101,521 miles showing on this desirable model that comes with 2 tops, both in excellent condition. These 107 series cars built from 1972-1989 have been appreciating in the last few years due to their durability and low maintenance costs. This is a great example for a fraction of lower mileage examples #7527 $24,900
POA The 107 series were the last of the hand built Mercedes from Stuttgart, renowned for their durability and strength, they have become increasingly sought after in recent years, with low mileage examples well cared for examples fetching in excess of £40K. Launched in 1971, the Mercedes 107 series immediately became a best seller in European and US markets, with a design reminiscent in some respects of the earlier Pagoda SL. A range of models was offered during the 18 year life of the 107, with the new 5 litre being launched in 1980, which was enhanced over the next 5 years culminating in the last year of manufacture of 1989, being the 5.6 litre 560 SL for sale here. The 560 SL carried a big, 5.6-liter V-8 under its long bonnet. The single-overhead-cam, fuel-injected engine produced 227 horsepower at 5,200 rpm and 287 foot-pounds of torque at 3,500 rpm. Power was directed to the rear wheels by a four-speed automatic transmission. The 560 SL could accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in approximately 8 seconds, which was reasonably quick in its day. It had a top speed of about 140 mph. The SL employed disc brakes with ABS at all four corners, which was not yet common in the late 1980s. The
1987 Mercedes-Benz 560SL s/n WDBBA48D6JA076675 White with Grey Leather Interior Mercedes-Benz SL series cars uphold a tradition of excellence, performance, and luxury that has continued for over half a century. The convertibles in particular, with their rigid removable hardtops are legendary in build quality and longevity, using some of the finest materials and engineering to create excellent touring cars. The SL has been through several iterations, but by 1986 Mercedes-Benz delivered their most powerful SL to the U.S. - the 560SL. The new 5.6-liter Bosch Fuel-Injected V-8 engine delivered 227 hp, which was much needed to support the hefty but well-engineered chassis and luxury appointments. Top speed increased from the previous 380SL to 130 mph, with 0- 60mph times dramatically reduced. With the added torque and power from the V8, the revised SL offered a new rear suspension and limited-slip differential which resulted in dramatically improved handling. The new 4 piston disc brakes also received larger discs (accompanied by an anti-lock system), which vastly improved stopping power. Mercedes-Benz also added leather upholstery, an integrated alarm system, and a driver’s side air ba
The Classic Car Gallery is proud to offer this beautiful fully documented Mercedes Benz 560 SL. This 2-owner (last owner for since 1995) car with low miles. The body and blue paint are excellent. The paint has deep luster and shine. The tan leather interior is supple and shows as almost no wear. The dash is in excellent condition, with no shrinkage or cracks. All gauges and ancillary components work as they should. She has her original stereo, and original speakers. The motor starts easily, runs smoothly and has no issues. The blue convertible top is NEW and in perfect condition. The hardtop is in excellent condition. The A/C blows cold and the climate control works as it should. The car rides on Pirelli P6 tires and stock Mercedes rims. The underside of the car is extremely clean, and the muffler system is excellent.
About this Mercedes 560SL R107
Produced between 1986 and 1989, the Mercedes Benz 560SL was sold exclusively to the US, Japanese and Australian markets. This Australian delivered 560SL with the all alloy 5.6 litre V8, delivers a smooth yet powerful performance and classic Mercedes Benz style. In very good condition, this 560 comes with both the detachable factory hard top and soft top.
THIS IS AN IMMACULATE ORIGINAL EURO SPEC 560SL DONE ONLY 31480 KLMS WITH MERCEDES DEALER SERVICE HISTORY OWNED BY ONE FAMILY FOR 27 YEARS VALUES ARE NOW SOARING FOR THE BEST OF THE 107 SERIES SL CONVERTIBLE'S IN 2015 AT THE BONHAMS GERMAN AUCTION A LOW MILEAGE 500SL SOLD FOR EURO 100050 HAS THE ORIGINAL BOOKS AND FACTORY DATA CARD, SPARE KEY, TOOLKIT IN A MERCEDES SUITCASE, HARDTOP STAND AND COVER IN LOVELY ORIGINAL CONDITION WITH NO CORROSION ISSUES CAN ASSIST IN SHIPPING FOR OVERSEAS CLIENTS FOR MORE INFORMATION PHONE [ AUSTRALIA COUNTRY CODE ] 61 - 407129362
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