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Mercedes-Benz 280 SL (W113)

This late production Model Year 1971 280SL was sold new in Seattle, Washington to a brand enthusiast who enjoyed the car until 1978 when it was placed in dry storage until 2013. This one owner 280SL was sold to its current owner in 2013, at which point, it underwent a comprehensive restoration by a marque specialist in California. The restoration covered all aspects of the car including body, restored original interior, driveline, i.e. engine, transmission, driveshaft, rear axle, suspension, electrical system, etc. This car also retains its hardtop in original excellent condition.

This ‘matching numbers’ car presents in its original as-built factory specification, namely Tobacco Brown (DB 423) paintwork, Cognac (140) MB-Tex upholstery, Brown (8008) carpeting and a Dark Brown (746) soft top.

This freshly restored Classic Mercedes-Benz is ready for show and go.

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This ‘matching numbers’ car presents in its original as-built factory specification, namely Tobacco Brown (DB 423) paintwork, Cognac (140) MB-Tex upholstery, Brown (8008) carpeting and a Dark Brown (746) soft top.

Vehicle details

280 SL
SL - Klasse
W113
1971
0 Meilen
Mercedes-Benz Classic Center USA
Concours Edition
on request
on request
on request
Yes
265.000 US Dollar
Yes

Technical details

cabriolet/roadster
170 PS
2.778 ccm
6
2
left
automatic
4
back
disc brakes
disc brakes
gasoline
9 s
195 km/h
11.4 l

Individual configuration

Tobacco Brown (DB 423)
Cognac (140) MB-Tex
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
23.885

Options

Tobacco Brown (DB 423) paintwork, Cognac (140) MB-Tex upholstery, Brown (8008) carpeting and a Dark Brown (746) soft top.

Vehicle history

This late production Model Year 1970 280SL was sold new in Seattle, Washington to a brand enthusiast who enjoyed the car until 1978 when it was placed in dry storage until 2013. This one owner 280SL was sold to its current owner in 2013, at which point, it underwent a comprehensive restoration by a marque specialist in California. The restoration covered all aspects of the car including body, restored original interior, driveline, i.e. engine, transmission, driveshaft, rear axle, suspension, electrical system, etc. This car also retains its hardtop in original excellent condition.

This ‘matching numbers’ car presents in its original as-built factory specification, namely Tobacco Brown (DB 423) paintwork, Cognac (140) MB-Tex upholstery, Brown (8008) carpeting and a Dark Brown (746) soft top.

This freshly restored Classic Mercedes-Benz is ready for show and go.

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Michael F. Kunz

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