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1980 Mercedes-Benz 450SLC.
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1980 Mercedes-Benz 450SLC
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$22,900.00 negotiable
Address: St Louis, MO Mileage: 70,889
Exterior Color: Ivory
Interior Color: Sable Brown Leather
Transmission: Auto Body Style: COLLECTOR
Condition: Excellent
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..1980 Mercedes Benz 450SLC 4 Passenger Sport Touring Coupe Last Vintage of a Grand Classic For over 60 years I have been selling Mercedes Benz"s and other great motorcars, from this same location, with much pride and enthusiasm. This magnificent specimen is the finest and most original example of the 450CLC Sport Touring Coupe on the market today. The making of this masterpiece was at a time when they were still built by hand by life long Mercedes craftsman and it shows in this limited production SLC. This all original work of art has gone only 70,889 miles and was often displayed in a Mercedes Dealership as an example of a well built motorcar. It is accident free and comes with all books and an original sales brochure. It is finished in a flawless German Ivory non metallic with impeccable sable brown leather interior highlighted with burled walnut woodwork. It is fitted with the Mercedes 275.8 cubic inch V-type 8-cylinder engine with a 3 speed automatic transmission with torque converter. It comes with disc brakes on all 4 wheels and power steering, bi-level climate control air conditioning/ heating system, electric door locks and windows, AM/FM radio with cassette player and specially designed alloy wheels. Optional equipment includes an electric sun roof and bucket seats. To restore one of these great classics would run over $75,000.00 and in my experience, to find an extra nice original condition motorcar is the way to go. This car is for the early collector who wants an accelerating investment along with endless pride of ownership. Price: $22,900 negotiable
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