Diamond Blue Metallic (355) with Blue Sports Check Interior (072) and Dark Blue Fabric Soft Top (501)
Built in December 1986 and registered in 1987, this 300SL enjoys blue Sports Check interior with a Blue Soft Top, a combination that seems to suit the Diamond Blue Metallic exterior paintwork absolutely perfectly.
Showing just 53,000 miles this is a rare chance to acquire an iconic looking six cylinder Mercedes-Benz SL.
As Europe’s leading SL specialist, it is our duty to select only the very best examples of the many cars we are offered. Our showroom has been hand picked to give us a wide variety of cars from across the decades. Every car has to pass rigorous inspections and checks before being offered for sale. Our cars are prepared and detailed to the highest standards.
With each car we offer a full hand over, showing you the ropes, walking around the car and introducing you before handing over the keys. Our reputation as an industry leader in classic car sales is built on matching the perfect car to the right customer.
When you buy an SLSHOP classic Mercedes-Benz you are buying more than just a motorcar. With our service and parts department, events and experiences you’ll soon feel like part of the family. We want our customers to enjoy these cars, and offer a range of ideas and inspirations to get you out on the road.
Each car featured has an extensive 2 year mechanical warranty and 3 year bulkhead warranty. It is this attention to detail and our exceptional after service support that put an SLSHOP car head and shoulders above all others.
Whether you are looking for an SL to suit your home, or want to find a new home for your SL, don’t hesitate to get in touch.
To discuss any of the vehicles we have for sale please contact Bruce Greetham on the details below, thank you.
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