1970 Mercedes-Benz 280 SL

280 SL

  • Strongest engine available
  • Manual gearbox
  • Excellent condition
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in November 1967, a year after the 250SL was launched, the 280SL was added to the assembly line in Sindelfingen. The reason this model was launched so quickly was simple, The need for larger engine power was increasing to keep up with the US market, which was their main export market. From this came the six-in-line 2.8-litre engine with 170hp. Many experts say the W113 in the 1960s was powered by Mercedes' best engines ever, including the 280SL. In terms of appearance, only the wheel covers changed and the Mercedes logo proudly flaunted on the bonnet. The 280SL was a success story and production ended in March 1971.

The powerful straight 6 delivers more than enough power to compete with today's traffic while disc brakes on all 4 wheels ensure that you maintain a sense of control at all times.

Consequently, the car drives like new and the manual gearbox shifts sublimely in all gears which ensures that can serve perfectly for a nippy regularity rally but is equally suitable for a quiet Sunday drive or trip. In the years of the 280SL's production, power steering was reserved only for the very best cars like this 280SL, and drives extremely luxurious and comfortable due to this exceptional upgrade.

In short, the ideal car in every respect and, what's more, no extra costs to anticipate, get in, drive and, above all, enjoy it carefree for years to come!

Are you now looking for a manual 280SL that is in as good as new condition? Are you looking for an ideal driver's car that also looks great and is of tremendous quality? Then this 280SL is the answer to your question! Come and discover them soon at Rock 'N Roll Classics

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