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1986 Mercedes-Benz 560SL.
1986 Mercedes-Benz 560SL
More 1986 Mercedes-Benz 560Sl's For Sale, Parts, Repairs, How To Fix, Manuals, Online Store, Videos, Images, Restorations, Shows, Events, Auctions, Classifieds, Clubs, News, Blogs, Forums, Magazines, Die Cast Models

Address: Douglasville, GA Mileage: 112,987
Exterior Color: white Interior Color: grey
Transmission: Auto Body Style: COLLECTOR
Condition: Good
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*Very Good Running Car *AC Works *Transmission Shifts Great *Interior in Very Good Clean Condition (Gray Leather) *Paint in very Good Condition *Trunk Lock Missing. Needs new Lock Mechanism *Canvas Top is in Poor Condition, needs to be replaced *No service history with car, current owners have owned car for seven (7 ) years Recent repairs listed below: *Timing chain, guides & gears replaced *Oil Tube connectors replaced *Regular services to include oil changes have been done to the SL The 560SL was the culmination in the United States of what Mercedes-Benz internally referred to as the R107 chassis, a model run that lasted for 18 years, beginning in 1972 with the US introduction of the 350SL. While European SL buyers had access to a wide array of engine, transmission, and option configurations, Mercedes-Benz decreed that from 1972 forward (until 1990), all SLs destined for North America would carry V-8 engines coupled with automatic transmissions. Reflecting the preferences of the upscale North American SL buyer, US cars were delivered with a high level of equipment and very few options. According to ourSL.com, a comprehensive online SL community, a 1989 560SL offered only three extra cost options: heated front seats ($420), electrically operated orthopedic backrest left side ($85), and electrically operated orthopedic backrest right side ($85). 'In the 560SL, Mercedes got it all just right, offering essentially bullet-proof reliability, satisfying power, and aggressive good looks. The 560SL combined all that Mercedes learned about the V-8 R107 chassis cars into a cultural icon that quietly and confidently told the world its occupants had arrived.' Standard equipment included driver's side airbag and ABS brakes. Interior improvements for the 560SL included lovely burlwood accents, improved lateral seatback support, and a power passenger side mirror. Now over 20 years old, this car is attracting new buyers due to its iconic good looks, simplicity, and vault-like build quality. Total production from 1986 through 1989 came to 37,218 units and prices rose a whopping $16,000 from 1986's $48,200 to $64,230 in 1989. Price: $8,500
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