- Matching numbers & colors
- Mechanically in perfect order
- Beautiful color combination
After its iconic predecessor, the 190SL, which passed its competitors by with flying colors, it was time for renewal. Mercedes teamed up with French designer Paul Bracq to give the entire SL line a fresh new touch and this was an immediate success coming from 1963 to 1970 and in different engineizations as 230SL, 250SL and 280SL. As the more powerful brother of the 230 SL, the 250SL came on the market in 1966. It is known for its very precise steering, extremely pleasant driving experience and, of course, its beautiful lines. As the big brother of the 230SL, it came on the market with a 2.5 liter engine and delivered as much as 158hp. Moreover, the 250SL is also the rarest of the three as the fewest were made, so in terms of collectors item you know what to choose!
This 250SL is still in the beautiful color combination as she was delivered new in 1968, black with black / green interior. Since most pagodas were silver, black is a rare original color. In addition, this car is still in possession of its original engine and gearbox, a unique feature! The car was repainted a few years ago and is still today in a beautiful condition, mechanically you do not have to worry because we have them mechanically completely in order so they are perfectly fine and reliable. The car drives like new and the automatic gearbox is a real pleasure to drive. Can perfectly serve a nippy regularity rally but is just as suitable for a quiet sunday drive or trip. In short, the ideal car in every respect and no additional costs, get in and drive and above all enjoy years of carefree fun! A very unique opportunity to own a fully matching numbers & colors pagoda that is in a perfect mechanical condition and ready to rock 'n roll.
Can you already see yourself driving this gem at a beautiful sunset? Are you ready to get the maximum out of this 158hp 2.5 liter? Who doesn't get a smile on their face from the three-pointed star shining on the front? Come and discover it now at Rock 'n Roll classics and who knows, this black beauty may soon be shining in your garage.