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  • RefCode: TA1173500
  • Make: MERCEDES-BENZ
  • Model: 280
  • Derivative: SE W111
  • Category: Coupe
  • Year: 1,971
  • Mileage (Miles): 36,140
  • Mileage (KM): 58,161
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: N/A

1971 Mercedes-Benz 280SE 3.5 Coupe (W111) 36,140 miles Just arrived into stock. Full details coming soon. Please ask for more photos, full high resolution suite available on request. 1971 Mercedes-Benz 280SE 3.5 Coupe (W111) 36,140 miles Just arrived into stock. Full details coming soon. Please ask for more photos, full high resolution suite available on request.

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  • RefCode: TA1173499
  • Make: MERCEDES-BENZ
  • Model: 280
  • Derivative: SE W111
  • Category: Convertible
  • Year: 1,971
  • Mileage (Miles): 0
  • Mileage (KM): 0
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: N/A

1971 Mercedes-Benz 280SE 3.5 Cabriolet (W111) Silver Grey (180) with Blue Leather and Air Conditioning A seminal car in the Mercedes-Benz back catalogue, the 220, 250, 280 and 280 3.5 Cabriolets make up four of the most iconic, desirable and collectible vehicles ever produced by the Stuttgart brand. The W111 would be replaced by the W108 and then W116, ultimately evolving into the S Class we know and love - a car that became synonymous with safety, reliability, luxury, taste and performance. The 280 SE 3.5 was the final incarnation of this divine cabriolet, replacing the 280SE in August 1969 and remaining in production until end of the W111 in July 1971. At just over 1.6 tons the 2.2 litre M127 engines fitted to the 220SE Cabriolet and it's 118hp output could be described as adequate, but not ample. Although the 2.5 litre replacement alleviated the perceived power deficit somewhat, it wasn't until the 280SE and then 280 3.5 V8 that the car really got the power plant that it's weight and staturedeserved. It is this 'end of the line' 3.5 V8 engine that makes the 280SE 3.5 Cabriolet the car that all collectors seek. This was Mercedes' first post-war passenger car with more than 3.0 litres displacement, utilising the all new M116 3499cc V8 engine with a punchy 200hp. The new engine gave the big cabriolet a top speed of 130mph, ample power for transporting four people with grace and pace. Owned by the upper echelons of society, the lawyers, bankers and Hollywood stars who loved these cars enjoyed a luxurious interior flush with the chrome, leather and burred walnut. Total production numbers for the 220, 250 280 and 280 3.5 Cabriolets combined stretch to less than 6,500 units - not nearly enough to satiate worldwide demand for these palatial open motorcars. Just 1,232 280SE 3.5 Cabriolets were built in this period, 1,164 of which were left hand drive. That leaves just 68 right hand drive cars, making this an extremely rare motor car. This car boasts a fantastically royal colour scheme for acar fit for kings and queens. A superb opportunity to acquire one one of the most iconic, desirable and collectible Mercedes-Benz cars of all time. 1971 Mercedes-Benz 280SE 3.5 Cabriolet (W111) Silver Grey (180) with Blue Leather and Air Conditioning A seminal car in the Mercedes-Benz back catalogue, the 220, 250, 280 and 280 3.5 Cabriolets make up four of the most iconic, desirable and collectible vehicles ever produced by the Stuttgart brand. The W111 would be replaced by the W108 and then W116, ultimately evolving into the S Class we know and love - a car that became synonymous with safety, reliability, luxury, taste and performance. The 280 SE 3.5 was the final incarnation of this divine cabriolet, replacing the 280SE in August 1969 and remaining in production until end of the W111 in July 1971. At just over 1.6 tons the 2.2 litre M127 engines fitted to the 220SE Cabriolet and it's 118hp output could be described as adequate, but not ample. Although the 2.5 litre replacement alleviated theperceived power deficit somewhat, it wasn't until the 280SE and then 280 3.5 V8 that the car really got the power plant that it's weight and stature deserved. It is this 'end of the line' 3.5 V8 engine that makes the 280SE 3.5 Cabriolet the car that all collectors seek. This was Mercedes' first post-war passenger car with more than 3.0 litres displacement, utilising the all new M116 3499cc V8 engine with a punchy 200hp. The new engine gave the big cabriolet a top speed of 130mph, ample power for transporting four people with grace and pace. Owned by the upper echelons of society, the lawyers, bankers and Hollywood stars who loved these cars enjoyed a luxurious interior flush with the chrome, leather and burred walnut. Total production numbers for the 220, 250 280 and 280 3.5 Cabriolets combined stretch to less than 6,500 units - not nearly enough to satiate worldwide demand for these palatial open motorcars. Just 1,232 280SE 3.5 Cabriolets were built in this period, 1,164 of which were left handdrive. That leaves just 68 right hand drive cars, making this an extremely rare motor car. This car boasts a fantastically royal colour scheme for a car fit for kings and queens. A superb opportunity to acquire one one of the most iconic, desirable and collectible Mercedes-Benz cars of all time.

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  • RefCode: TA1173501
  • Make: MERCEDES-BENZ
  • Model: 280
  • Derivative: SE W211
  • Category: Convertible
  • Year: 1,966
  • Mileage (Miles): 0
  • Mileage (KM): 0
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: N/A

1966 Mercedes-Benz 220SE Cabriolet (W211) #2122 A seminal car in the Mercedes-Benz back catalogue, the 220, 250, 280 and 280 3.5 Cabriolets make up four of the most iconic, desirable and collectible vehicles ever produced by the Stuttgart brand. Owned by the upper echelons of society, the lawyers, bankers and Hollywood stars who loved these cars enjoyed a luxurious interior flush with the chrome, leather and burred walnut. Total production numbers for the 220, 250 280 and 280 3.5 Cabriolets combined stretch to less than 6,500 units - not nearly enough to satiate worldwide demand for these palatial open motorcars. The 220SE Cabriolet enjoyed the longest production run of the three, spanning 50 months with 2,729 made. At just over 1.6 tons the 2.2 litre M127 engines fitted to the 220SE Cabriolet and it's 118hp output could be described as adequate, but not ample. Although the 2.5 litre replacement alleviated the perceived power deficit somewhat, it wasn't until the 280SE and then 280 3.5 V8 that thecar really got the power plant that it's weight and stature deserved. What makes this 220SE such an interesting proposition is the well chosen secret that lurks beneath the bonnet. Instead of the 2.2 litre engine this car uses the later 280 powerplant, upgrading the available power from 'adequate' to 'ample'. A wonderful opportunity to acquire what is arguably the most stylish form of open air transport for four adults. 1966 Mercedes-Benz 220SE Cabriolet (W211) #2122 A seminal car in the Mercedes-Benz back catalogue, the 220, 250, 280 and 280 3.5 Cabriolets make up four of the most iconic, desirable and collectible vehicles ever produced by the Stuttgart brand. Owned by the upper echelons of society, the lawyers, bankers and Hollywood stars who loved these cars enjoyed a luxurious interior flush with the chrome, leather and burred walnut. Total production numbers for the 220, 250 280 and 280 3.5 Cabriolets combined stretch to less than 6,500 units - not nearly enough to satiate worldwide demand forthese palatial open motorcars. The 220SE Cabriolet enjoyed the longest production run of the three, spanning 50 months with 2,729 made. At just over 1.6 tons the 2.2 litre M127 engines fitted to the 220SE Cabriolet and it's 118hp output could be described as adequate, but not ample. Although the 2.5 litre replacement alleviated the perceived power deficit somewhat, it wasn't until the 280SE and then 280 3.5 V8 that the car really got the power plant that it's weight and stature deserved. What makes this 220SE such an interesting proposition is the well chosen secret that lurks beneath the bonnet. Instead of the 2.2 litre engine this car uses the later 280 powerplant, upgrading the available power from 'adequate' to 'ample'. A wonderful opportunity to acquire what is arguably the most stylish form of open air transport for four adults.

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  • RefCode: TA1175562
  • Make: MERCEDES-BENZ
  • Model: 190
  • Derivative: SL
  • Category: Convertible
  • Year: 1,960
  • Mileage (Miles): 49,222
  • Mileage (KM): 79,215
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: N/A

1960 Mercedes-Benz 190SL (W121) White with Red Leather Interior 49,222 Miles Originally registered in Maryland, this 1960 Mercedes-Benz 190SL arrived in Great Britain in 2013. Still wearing it's original paint and interior, this remarkably preserved car must be seen. Documents on file detail a significant amount of time and money have been lavished on this car since arriving in the UK, including a refurbishment of the fuel tank, fuel system, carburettor and all relevant fuel lines. Just arrived into stock, more information to follow. 1960 Mercedes-Benz 190SL (W121) White with Red Leather Interior 49,222 Miles Originally registered in Maryland, this 1960 Mercedes-Benz 190SL arrived in Great Britain in 2013. Still wearing it's original paint and interior, this remarkably preserved car must be seen. Documents on file detail a significant amount of time and money have been lavished on this car since arriving in the UK, including a refurbishment of the fuel tank, fuel system, carburettor and allrelevant fuel lines. Just arrived into stock, more information to follow.

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  • RefCode: TA1173486
  • Make: MERCEDES-BENZ
  • Model: 280
  • Derivative: SL Pagoda
  • Category: Convertible
  • Year: 1,971
  • Mileage (Miles): 0
  • Mileage (KM): 0
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Automatic

1971 Mercedes-Benz 280SL Pagoda (W113) Automatic Silver Grey (180) with Blue Leather (245) and Dark Blue Soft Top (744) Of the 23,855 Mercedes-Benz W113 'Pagoda' SL cars produced between 1967 and 1971, just 830 cars were built in that final year. This 280SL is one of those final 830 cars. Known to The SL Shop for some time, this well travelled Pagoda has enjoyed extensive touring around the UK. It has been carefully maintained, with special attention paid to the driving experience. A rare late car that drives exactly as a good Pagoda should, in the iconic Silver that has befitted many a fine classic Mercedes-Benz. 1971 Mercedes-Benz 280SL Pagoda (W113) Automatic Silver Grey (180) with Blue Leather (245) and Dark Blue Soft Top (744) Of the 23,855 Mercedes-Benz W113 'Pagoda' SL cars produced between 1967 and 1971, just 830 cars were built in that final year. This 280SL is one of those final 830 cars. Known to The SL Shop for some time, this well travelled Pagoda has enjoyed extensive touring aroundthe UK. It has been carefully maintained, with special attention paid to the driving experience. A rare late car that drives exactly as a good Pagoda should, in the iconic Silver that has befitted many a fine classic Mercedes-Benz.

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  • RefCode: TA1173487
  • Make: MERCEDES-BENZ
  • Model: 280
  • Derivative: SL Pagoda
  • Category: Convertible
  • Year: 1,967
  • Mileage (Miles): 0
  • Mileage (KM): 0
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Manual

1967 Mercedes-Benz 280SL Pagoda (W113) Manual Gearbox Anthracite Grey Metallic (172) with Black Leather Interior (241) and Black Soft Top (740) Very rare, early, manual four-speed car in Left Hand Drive configuration. 7,011 kms (4,356 miles) Just 143 Mercedes-Benz 280SL's were built in 1967, the first year of production for the larger engine. This car was made in that very first year, making it a very early 280SL indeed. Mercedes-Benz own sales literature for the R107 claimed that in 1970, 70% of 280SL Pagodas were ordered with automatic gearboxes. Using that 70% figure as a guide, it can relatively accurately be stated that this car is one of around 7,200 manual cars built by the factory. This is quite simply on of the very best cars we have come across, to look at, to sit in and to drive. Rebuilt by renowned marque specialists Kienle Automobiltechnik in Germany in 2003, the amount lavished on this car was in the region of 80,000 - a not insignificant sum by anyone's standards, especially in thecontext of Pagoda values 15 years ago. The person responsible for the restoration was a Swiss collector who used it sparingly, with the car living in dehumidified storage when not in use. It was from this Swiss collector that the present owner acquired the car, at which point it was showing just 2,300kms (1,429 miles) on the odometer. Now displaying 7,011 kms (4,356 miles), this utterly exceptional 280SL has spent the last 3,000 miles in the Scottish Highlands, being regularly exercised, enjoyed and driven to it's potential. Based in Edinburgh, the owner is a fastidious and meticulous enthusiast who searched for two years before settling on this car. The owner states that during his time with the car, it has not used a drop of any fluid, testament to the quality of the preparation of this vehicle. Most recently it has benefitted from all new brake discs, as well as a matching set of Bilstein tyres, a full service and grease of the suspension components. This car also has a new battery, with batteryisolator fitted. The addition of Fuch wheels enhances the sporting credentials of this 'enthusiast's choice' Pagoda. This wheel, often affectionately known as 'Mexican Hat' or 'Bundt' wheels was an expensive optional extra for the 280SL from Autumn 1969. As a 1967 car we believe this particular example would have left the factory with steel wheels and matching hub caps, however the decision as to whether to leave this car as it sits or fit the more traditional painted hubcap wheels is one for the new owner to consider. This car is one of those rare finds that ticks boxes for the collector, the enthusiast and the passionate driver. Everything about this car feels exactly as it should, from the fit and finish of the panels, to the specification of the interior and the way the car drives and handles. A manual Pagoda is a rare vehicle in it's own right, but a manual Pagoda of this calibre, a car that is so elegantly executed; really must be seen in the flesh to be truly appreciated. This car is not tobe missed. 1967 Mercedes-Benz 280SL Pagoda (W113) Manual Gearbox Anthracite Grey Metallic (172) with Black Leather Interior (241) and Black Soft Top (740) Very rare, early, manual four-speed car in Left Hand Drive configuration. 7,011 kms (4,356 miles) Just 143 Mercedes-Benz 280SL's were built in 1967, the first year of production for the larger engine. This car was made in that very first year, making it a very early 280SL indeed. Mercedes-Benz own sales literature for the R107 claimed that in 1970, 70% of 280SL Pagodas were ordered with automatic gearboxes. Using that 70% figure as a guide, it can relatively accurately be stated that this car is one of around 7,200 manual cars built by the factory. This is quite simply on of the very best cars we have come across, to look at, to sit in and to drive. Rebuilt by renowned marque specialists Kienle Automobiltechnik in Germany in 2003, the amount lavished on this car was in the region of 80,000 - a not insignificant sum by anyone's standards,especially in the context of Pagoda values 15 years ago. The person responsible for the restoration was a Swiss collector who used it sparingly, with the car living in dehumidified storage when not in use. It was from this Swiss collector that the present owner acquired the car, at which point it was showing just 2,300kms (1,429 miles) on the odometer. Now displaying 7,011 kms (4,356 miles), this utterly exceptional 280SL has spent the last 3,000 miles in the Scottish Highlands, being regularly exercised, enjoyed and driven to it's potential. Based in Edinburgh, the owner is a fastidious and meticulous enthusiast who searched for two years before settling on this car. The owner states that during his time with the car, it has not used a drop of any fluid, testament to the quality of the preparation of this vehicle. Most recently it has benefitted from all new brake discs, as well as a matching set of Bilstein tyres, a full service and grease of the suspension components. This car also has a newbattery, with battery isolator fitted. The addition of Fuch wheels enhances the sporting credentials of this 'enthusiast's choice' Pagoda. This wheel, often affectionately known as 'Mexican Hat' or 'Bundt' wheels was an expensive optional extra for the 280SL from Autumn 1969. As a 1967 car we believe this particular example would have left the factory with steel wheels and matching hub caps, however the decision as to whether to leave this car as it sits or fit the more traditional painted hubcap wheels is one for the new owner to consider. This car is one of those rare finds that ticks boxes for the collector, the enthusiast and the passionate driver. Everything about this car feels exactly as it should, from the fit and finish of the panels, to the specification of the interior and the way the car drives and handles. A manual Pagoda is a rare vehicle in it's own right, but a manual Pagoda of this calibre, a car that is so elegantly executed; really must be seen in the flesh to be trulyappreciated. This car is not to be missed.

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  • RefCode: TA1173490
  • Make: MERCEDES-BENZ
  • Model: 230
  • Derivative: SL W113
  • Category: Convertible
  • Year: 1,964
  • Mileage (Miles): 42,428
  • Mileage (KM): 68,281
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: N/A

1964 Mercedes-Benz W113 230 SL Pagoda Papyrus White with Dark Blue Leather 42,462 miles This sublime early Pagoda simply has to be seen. 1964 was the second year of the Mercedes-Benz W113 SL, with just under 7,000 cars built. By the end of 1964, a total of 8,276 'Pagodas' had been produced, of which this car was number 3,529, built in the first quarter of 1964. Presented in what can only be described as 'concours' condition, this car is superb inside, outside and underneath. It was subject to a comprehensive restoration in 2012, detailed by receipts on file totalling more than 80,000. This involved a complete stripdown of the car to it's component parts, whereupon it was sandblasted and fully professionally repaired before being painstakingly re-assembled. Resurrected to the original factory specification of Papyrus White with contrasting Blue Interior, this Pagoda presents in the way one might expect a brand new car to appear. The interior is all new, carefully matched to the originalspecification as it would have presented in 1964. We strongly advise prospective buyers to book an appointment and see this car in the flesh - you will not be disappointed. Pagoda Fact: Being an early car, it has the added bonus of the vertically mounted rear wheel well, meaning extra boot space for touring. Pre September 1964 cars had a vertically mounted spare wheel that recessed into the spare wheel well on the left hand side of the boot. After September 1964 Mercedes-Benz did away with the wheel well, instead lying the spare wheel horizontally across the boot. 1964 Mercedes-Benz W113 230 SL Pagoda Papyrus White with Dark Blue Leather 42,462 miles This sublime early Pagoda simply has to be seen. 1964 was the second year of the Mercedes-Benz W113 SL, with just under 7,000 cars built. By the end of 1964, a total of 8,276 'Pagodas' had been produced, of which this car was number 3,529, built in the first quarter of 1964. Presented in what can only be described as 'concours' condition, this car issuperb inside, outside and underneath. It was subject to a comprehensive restoration in 2012, detailed by receipts on file totalling more than 80,000. This involved a complete stripdown of the car to it's component parts, whereupon it was sandblasted and fully professionally repaired before being painstakingly re-assembled. Resurrected to the original factory specification of Papyrus White with contrasting Blue Interior, this Pagoda presents in the way one might expect a brand new car to appear. The interior is all new, carefully matched to the original specification as it would have presented in 1964. We strongly advise prospective buyers to book an appointment and see this car in the flesh - you will not be disappointed. Pagoda Fact: Being an early car, it has the added bonus of the vertically mounted rear wheel well, meaning extra boot space for touring. Pre September 1964 cars had a vertically mounted spare wheel that recessed into the spare wheel well on the left hand side of the boot. AfterSeptember 1964 Mercedes-Benz did away with the wheel well, instead lying the spare wheel horizontally across the boot.

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  • RefCode: TA1173489
  • Make: MERCEDES-BENZ
  • Model: 280
  • Derivative: SL W113 Pagoda
  • Category: Convertible
  • Year: 1,968
  • Mileage (Miles): 0
  • Mileage (KM): 0
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: N/A

1968 Mercedes-Benz 280SL Pagoda (W113) Midnight Blue (904) with Grey Leather and Blue Fabric Soft Top The 280SL was the final incarnation of the Pagoda series of SL, replacing the 250SL in 1967 and continuing until the introduction of the R107 in 1971. The introduction of the larger 2.8 litre M130 engine was hailed by many as the ultimate Pagoda thanks to the car now having the power to suit the sublime Paul Bracq styled silhouette;, with 168hp available from the Single Overhead Cam inline six. This beautiful 280SL Pagoda was ordered new in Pennsylvania, United States back in 1968. In 2014, when the car was a mere 46 years young, it was shipped to Germany where it was subject to what can only be described as a nut and bolt restoration. Every part of this car has been taken care of to an extremely high standard, with the end goal being concours condition and ultimate Pagoda perfection. The body shell was totally rebuilt, and the underside powder coated. Zinc plated bolts were used, with the entireunderneath of the car then detailed to show standard. This build is evidenced by photos and receipts which can be browsed on request. Also accompanying the car is the original green service book, manuals and brown plastic sleeve wallet. From the factory this car would have been painted 'Blue 287', however during the 2014 restoration the decision was made to go with 'Midnight Blue 904'. 287 is a lighter shade of blue, and we believe the move to the darker 904 gives the car a much more luxurious look and feel. The leather and carpets have been finished to the exact specification of the factory originals, something that is critically important to Pagoda connoisseurs world-wide. Whilst the body shell was rebuilt, the car was given a 'euro look', which involved removing the side repeaters alongside the headlights and replacing the American specification bumpers with more subtle European units. As the American impact regulations increased, elegant cars were often aesthetically compromised by the forcedaddition of these 'impact' bumpers - changing a Pagoda to the European style is a very popular modification for USA cars. Along with the move to Euro specification exterior, another key upgrade this car now enjoys is an improved stereo. Discreet additional speakers were added, all the while being careful to consider the period look of the car whilst aiming to make touring even more enjoyable. Recently this car has spent many hours in our workshops, undergoing a complete overhaul of the injection system with new injectors and a refurbished injection pump. We can now state that this Pagoda drives exactly as a 280SL should have done on the day it left the factory. This can only be described as the perfect 280SL, capable of cold starts, motorway cruising and everything in between. A car to be enjoyed, admired and appreciated for many years to come. 1968 Mercedes-Benz 280SL Pagoda (W113) Midnight Blue (904) with Grey Leather and Blue Fabric Soft Top The 280SL was the final incarnation of the Pagodaseries of SL, replacing the 250SL in 1967 and continuing until the introduction of the R107 in 1971. The introduction of the larger 2.8 litre M130 engine was hailed by many as the ultimate Pagoda thanks to the car now having the power to suit the sublime Paul Bracq styled silhouette;, with 168hp available from the Single Overhead Cam inline six. This beautiful 280SL Pagoda was ordered new in Pennsylvania, United States back in 1968. In 2014, when the car was a mere 46 years young, it was shipped to Germany where it was subject to what can only be described as a nut and bolt restoration. Every part of this car has been taken care of to an extremely high standard, with the end goal being concours condition and ultimate Pagoda perfection. The body shell was totally rebuilt, and the underside powder coated. Zinc plated bolts were used, with the entire underneath of the car then detailed to show standard. This build is evidenced by photos and receipts which can be browsed on request. Also accompanyingthe car is the original green service book, manuals and brown plastic sleeve wallet. From the factory this car would have been painted 'Blue 287', however during the 2014 restoration the decision was made to go with 'Midnight Blue 904'. 287 is a lighter shade of blue, and we believe the move to the darker 904 gives the car a much more luxurious look and feel. The leather and carpets have been finished to the exact specification of the factory originals, something that is critically important to Pagoda connoisseurs world-wide. Whilst the body shell was rebuilt, the car was given a 'euro look', which involved removing the side repeaters alongside the headlights and replacing the American specification bumpers with more subtle European units. As the American impact regulations increased, elegant cars were often aesthetically compromised by the forced addition of these 'impact' bumpers - changing a Pagoda to the European style is a very popular modification for USA cars. Along with the move to Eurospecification exterior, another key upgrade this car now enjoys is an improved stereo. Discreet additional speakers were added, all the while being careful to consider the period look of the car whilst aiming to make touring even more enjoyable. Recently this car has spent many hours in our workshops, undergoing a complete overhaul of the injection system with new injectors and a refurbished injection pump. We can now state that this Pagoda drives exactly as a 280SL should have done on the day it left the factory. This can only be described as the perfect 280SL, capable of cold starts, motorway cruising and everything in between. A car to be enjoyed, admired and appreciated for many years to come.

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  • RefCode: TA1173505
  • Make: MERCEDES-BENZ
  • Model: 190
  • Derivative: SL W121
  • Category: Convertible
  • Year: 1,959
  • Mileage (Miles): 0
  • Mileage (KM): 0
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: N/A

1959 Mercedes-Benz 190SL (W121) 4,511 Miles White with Blue Leather Interior An exceptional opportunity to acquire a beautifully presented 190SL in white with blue leather. This car still has the original maintenance manual and supplement. Also present in the file are some excellent pieces of history, including: - 1992 brochure for the '8th National Convention & Concours for the 190SL Group, Santa Clara, California' - Road and Track Magazine, dated October 1955 featuring a Mercedes-Benz 190SL Road Test - Road and Track Magazine, dated December 1960 featuring a Mercedes-Benz 190SL Road Test; 1959 Mercedes-Benz 190SL (W121) 4,511 Miles White with Blue Leather Interior An exceptional opportunity to acquire a beautifully presented 190SL in white with blue leather. This car still has the original maintenance manual and supplement. Also present in the file are some excellent pieces of history, including: - 1992 brochure for the '8th National Convention & Concours for the 190SL Group, Santa Clara,California' - Road and Track Magazine, dated October 1955 featuring a Mercedes-Benz 190SL Road Test - Road and Track Magazine, dated December 1960 featuring a Mercedes-Benz 190SL Road Test

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  • RefCode: TA1149516
  • Make: AUSTIN-HEALEY
  • Model: 3000
  • Derivative: MKII BN7 Tri-Carb
  • Category: Convertible
  • Year: 1,961
  • Mileage (Miles): 100
  • Mileage (KM): 160
  • Colour: Blue
  • RHD/LHD: LHD
  • Gearbox type: Manual

Built on the 27th November 1961. This version of the Austin Healey 3000 MKII Tri-carb is the rarest of all the production Healeys with only a total 355 produced worldwide making these rarer than the 100/4 Factory 100M models. This car was one of the very first 2-seaters fitted with the improved centre change gearbox making this vehicle one of 150 cars. With sales for the MKII 4-seater BT7 versions well exceeding 2 seater BN7 models in, 2 seater production ceased in March 1962. All future production models were of 2+2 configuration. This 2 seater version of the 3000 MKII is a highly desirable long term investment with freshly restored cars fetching high prices at auction. This car is fully matching numbers. This includes; chassis number, body number, engine number, gearbox number, rear axle number, differential number, distributor number, key number and instrument numbers all match and has been restored to its Heritage Certificate specification using all the cars original components where possible. Having been restored to its original LHD specification, this car can be converted to RHD at the buyers request at no additional cost. This car comes complete with a full detailed photographic record of the restoration process, original Austin Healey 3000 MKII tool kit, BMC supplementary tool kit, spare key, original drivers handbook, original supplementary 3000 MKII handbook and a full 12month JME Warranty from date of purchase. Price on Application

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