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1962 Mercedes-Benz 190SL

Red Stock # P025045, 12104210025045, , Manual, Red exterior
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At a Glance
Rear Wheel Drive
  • Condition: Used
  • Model: 190SL
  • Body style: Convertible
  • Exterior: Red
  • Interior: Tan
  • Doors: 2
  • Stock: P025045
  • VIN #: 12104210025045
  • Fuel: Gas
  • Drivetrain: Rear Wheel Drive
The Mercedes Benz SL class has been around for longer than Lamborghini has existed as a company, with the first models being manufactured in 1954. Its a sports car so antique that the Mercedes company debated exactly what SL stood for up until 2017 when a lucky discovery in a corporate archive revealed the abbreviation meant Super Light. The SL class was founded off of an idea by renowned European sports car importer Max Hoffman, who predicted a desire in the prosperous post-war American economy for a subdued sports car that catered to the comfort of affluent car cognoscenti. Thankfully for Mercedes, Maxs prediction was right on the money. After nearly 70 years of production, the SL class is a model that has become synonymous with luxury driving. This 1962 190 SL chassis number 025045 is every bit as stylish today as it was when it debuted, if not more so. It comes included with a meticulous history of its restoration, whitewall tires, an original tool kit including jack, and a spare tire. In addition, this 190 SL has an easily removed hardtop thats perfect for a long-distance drive to your favorite weekend getaway. Though the production of SLs has carried through to the present day, the 190 SL stopped being manufactured in 1963, meaning those that remain are few and far between. The 025045 is one of the fortunate survivors of a dying breed. Its only a matter of time before this vehicle and others like it become nothing more than a memory. Specs: 1,897 CC SOHC Inline 4-Cylinder Engine, Two Solex 44 PHH Carburetors, 105 BHP at 5,700 RPM, 4-Speed Manual Gearbox, 4-Wheel Servo-Assisted Drum Brakes, Front Double-Wishbone Suspension with Coil Springs and Stabilizing Bar, Rear Swing Axle with Coil Springs, Whitewall tires and spare, Restoration history, Original tools and jack.
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