First introduced in 1971, the 107-series became one of Mercedes-Benz’s most successful and enduring models with a production life of almost two decades and approximately 300,000 examples sold. Although upgraded mechanically and given larger engines over the years, the well-proportioned styling remained largely unchanged as right from the start it was, and is, timeless and elegant. The 107 SLs personified quality, luxury and performance, and the later cars are the fastest and most developed of the series. The 560 SL has the largest engine ever fitted in these cars, a 5.6 liter single overhead camshaft 238 horsepower V-8, and was intended for only extra-European markets like the United States, Australia and Japan.
This 1986 Mercedes-Benz 560 SL is a beautiful and remarkably well-kept example and shows just 36,000 actual miles on the odometer. It is finished in red and has a black leather interior, Clarion sound system with auxiliary speakers, power windows, power steering and power brakes. It is complete with all its books and manuals including the owner’s manual and 1986 warranty book, and comes with a spare set of keys, original Mercedes-Benz key fob, both hard and soft tops, and o
left-hand-drive 1986 mercedes benz 560 sl convertible red black-leather manual power-steering warranty german petrol r107 leather black-interior r-class dark-interior
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Saint Louis, MO 63146, Missouri
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