Mercedes-Benz 190SL in new condition including hardtop in the same colour, with original leather and a largely original interior and paint, it stood indoors for the last 40 years, only driven in nice weather.
Not a speck of rust and technically 100% in order, it was recently checked and the gearbox was addressed, invoice available.
Mercedes-Benz introduced the W121 BII (or 190SL for short) in 1955 as an alternative to the more expensive 300SL. A virtually identical car with some changed details in places. The car was produced from 1955 to 1963, a total of 25,000 units were built. The 190SL is still properly represented in the car market – a whole half a century later.
The 190SL was equipped with a four-cylinder engine which could produce 100 HP. It was a sporty looking car but at the same time a concept that was very inviting to cruise along quietly. Looking at the design, you will easily steal the show with it.
The car can be viewed and picked up in Oosterland, the Netherlands.
- Model Type
- Located in
- Body style
- Cabriolet / convertible
- Mileage reading
- 92788 mi
- Registration papers
- with Dutch registration
- Horse Power
- Condition (Overall)
- 2 - Very good condition: minimal signs of wear