MERCEDES 280SE SALOON 1971 W108
Mercedes 280SE saloon W108 series 1971 H registration, European left hand drive car, metallic silver with full black leather interior. Extremely rare manual floor change four speed gearbox. Electric sunroof , moon disc wheels, Blaupunkt stereo, showing 21,000 miles. This is the best conditioned 280SE I have ever seen by a country mile, the underside is completely rust free and in first class condition. It has spent it’s life in Portugal having been owned by a father and son from new. The paintwork and chrome is perfect and the interior is an absolute joy. Mechanically it is faultless and it drives as if it was new. It has had a recent sympathetic thorough restoration. Not the cheapest but definitely the best, it would cost you three times the asking price at least to restore one of these W108’s to this standard. This car would also make a great touring car or could easily be made eligible for many classic events including the Peking to Paris.
MERCEDES 450 SLC 1979
Mercedes 450 SLC Coupe Automatic, 1979 V registration, light metallic blue with dark blue leather interior. Electric sunroof, alloy wheels, air conditioning, original stereo, first aid kit, book pack. 120,000 miles with a large history file including original purchase details, service book with over twenty stamps. This very low owner car has spent some of its life in Italy hence the condition the bodywork is in and the lack of the dreaded rust usual in these SLC’S
In my opinion the SLC is an elegant looking car although slightly bulbus in proportions, but is a true four seater as appose to the 107SL. This car remains in lovely condition throughout and it drives exceptionaly well. Viewing recommended.
MERCEDES 280SL PAGODA 1969
Mercedes 280SL Pagoda 1969 G registration, finished in light gold metallic with black interior, gloss black hardtop with black mohair soft top. This Pagoda is truly stunning to look at in this colour combination, having covered 103,000 miles from new with a lovely service file including nineteen mot certificates and the original owner’s manuals. With out doubt mechanically perfect and by far the best 280SL Pagoda I have had the pleasure of driving. A UK specification car and the most desirable of Pagoda’s being the 280 automatic. With these cars now sometimes achieving over one hundred thousand pounds this represents excellent value. Lovely condition throughout, recently serviced and mot’d.
MERCEDES BENZ 190SL 1962
Mercedes Benz 190SL 1962, gloss black with red interior and black mohair soft top. This car also has a very desirable factory hardtop in matching gloss black. Having recently arrived from Sweden this stunning looking 190 was restored in 2014 by SLS Hamburg and it still remains in great condition throughout. The speedo currently shows 4600 miles only. Rapidly rising in value this left hand drive car represents excellent value especially in this fantastic colour combination.
MERCEDES BENZ 250SL PAGODA AUTOMATIC 1967
Mercedes 250SL Pagoda Automatic, good with black interior and black mohair soft top. This car also has a gold matching hardtop. This is an older restoration that has been owned by the last owner for twenty years. Currently showing 61000 miles this 250SL drives superbly with no faults and it is in very good order throughout. Originally UK supplied and registered this Pagoda will be UK registered again prior to purchase. A great value car at £59,995
MERCEDES 190SL 1961 RARE RIGHT HAND DRIVE FOR RESTORATION
Mercedes 190SL 1961 Right Hand Drive. Chassis number 121D4020018486 Engine Number 12192120018581. Still retaining its SEE 943 registration number. Out of the 25,000 or so built this is one of the 1200 rare right hand drive cars. Registered on 7th Feb 1961 to the first owner, then privately sold later on to his friend in the RAF. Having never been advertised for sale was discovered four years ago after having been stored for decades since the seventies. The original specification shown on Mercedes data cards is bright red with a black mohair soft top and beige interior, this car also has a factory supplied gloss black hard top. In the early days the car was painted to the Mercedes silver blue colour which became all the rage in the late sixties early seventies, there is still evidence around the boot lock of the original red. It has the original buff log book and some old tax discs and mots going back to the early seventies. There are the original owners manuals and a boot full of genuine parts. This is a complete car for restoration, it even has the original clock on the glove box which usually have been replaced with later ones. A very exciting and well worth while project with prices soaring for right hand drive cars if you can find them.
MERCEDES 280SL PAGODA 1969
969 Mercedes 280SL Pagoda automatic finished in white with black interior and black soft top, matching white hard top, 59000 miles. This is the most desirable model of this fast appreciating asset the best place to currently have your money.
We are delighted to be able to offer this Pagoda which retains many original features a true delight in pure form.
MERCEDES PAGODA 280SL 1970
1970 Mercedes 280SL Pagoda finished in metallic silver with a black soft top and black interior. Only 85,000 miles from new with mot’s from day one to verify. This Lovely Pagoda has only had four owners from new, the last for fourteen years, a lady owner for twenty five years and two others. It was first supplied in Jersey in 1970 before coming to England in 1973. In 1989 the car was sent to Germany for restoration and has had some more recent works in 2001 to keep it lovely condition. There is a very good history file covering the cars restoration and maintenance going back to it’s early days including all mot’s apart from one. This car remains in wonderful condition throughout and represents great investment potential with its fully traceable history. 1970