Registration No:Un-Reg Chassis No:1210408500683 MOT: The 190SL was introduced in 1955, the year Mercedes-Benz swept all before it on the Mille Miglia with the 300SLR, the graceful new two-door convertible grand tourer being sold alongside the road-going version of the SLR, the 300SL, whose styling it strongly resembled. In fact, the underpinnings of the two cars were quite different and, while
Registration No:HPK692K Chassis No:10704322003021 MOT:May 2018 The Mercedes 107 Series of SLs was built to last, but 'HPK 692K' appears to have done even better than many. It won the Mercedes-Benz Club's 40th Anniversary cup in 2012 for being the best 40 year old R107 in the club, and featured in the March 2008 issue of Classic & Sports Car. Its vendor currently rates the bodywork and Signal Re
Registration No:T.B.A. Chassis No:12110425500239 MOT:Exempt The 190 SL was introduced in 1955 - the year Mercedes swept all before it on the Mille Miglia with the 300 SLR. However, unlike the 300 series cars, the newcomer was of monocoque construction and built on a shortened version of the 'Ponton' Saloon (W121) platform. It also boasted an all-new engine - an over-square SOHC straight-four un
Registration No:H990EGU Chassis No:11304412017958 MOT:February 2019 Mercedes have been producing an SL (Sport Leicht) model or range of models since 1954 when the landmark 300SL was unveiled. The similarly styled, but mechanically unrelated, 190 followed in 1955, completing the first generation of cars. Their successor was the W113 series. The last of the line, the 280 SL, was launched in 1968.
DescriptionThe most original RHD 190sl in existence? Unearthed in a garage in the north of England, this fabulous car has quite a story. Originally supplied to Rhodesia, South Africa to an Englishman stationed abroad, this fire engine red car was specified with an 050 cremeweiss hardtop to reflect the African sun’s heat. Supplied in 1958 she was his main vehicle until retirement and repatriated
1966 Mercedes 220 SEB manual. LHD. PAS, factory sunroof, Oyster with tobacco hide trim.68000 miles only. A superb and stunningly original low mileage.Excellent paint, chrome and leather.Drives as new. Magnificent Example from a serious collection. Price: £34,950.
DescriptionThis beautiful and elegant 1960 RHD 190SL has been subject to a very detailed restoration by our craftsmen here at Hilton and Moss. Recently completed she is presented in perhaps the most iconic colourway of all, DB180 silver over Red. Originally supplied to asia this car was brought back to the UK and registered in the early seventies. A full mechanical rebuild, a total body restoratio
• Recent mechanical and body restoration to Show condition throughout • Maintained with no expense spared since full restoration in 2010 • Rare factory option of power steering combined with manual gearbox A complete design change for Mercedes-Benz, the 230SL followed the 190SL successes introduced in 1963 at Geneva, Technical Director Prof. Fritz Nallinger focused on increased power and