- Beautiful patina
- Manual transmission
- The ideal driver's pagoda
Production of the Mercedes-Benz 230SL began in June 1963 and ended on January 5, 1967. The chassis was based on the W111 sedan platform, with a reduced wheelbase, double wishbone front suspension and an independent single-joint, low-pivot swing rear axle. The dual-circuit braking system had front disc brakes and power-assisted drum brakes at the rear. The Mercedes-Benz 230SL was offered with a four-speed manual transmission or an optional, fluid-coupled four-speed automatic transmission, which was popular especially in the U.S
This beautiful pagoda is the ideal driver's car and moreover loved everywhere. The beige body color was completely repainted a few years ago and shows a beautiful patina, it also forms a beautiful and stylish combination with the brown full leather interior. The seats are enormously comfortable and the steering wheel is enormously soft in the hand and it is a real pleasure to sit in this pagoda. With the convenience of having the soft top always at hand, you can drive perfectly in all weather conditions, wherever you are. The 4-speed manual transmission is a true pleasure to drive and ensures that the powerful 6 cylinder engine brings out its power in the best possible way in every gear.
This 230SL will not shy away from any adventure and is ready for many years of carefree enjoyment. With this car you can immediately head for the South of France and if you wish, you can even enjoy a beautiful mountain ride. What are you waiting for? Come and discover them now at Rock 'n Roll Classics and who knows, this beautiful pagoda will soon be shining in your garage.