Mercedes-Benz 190 SL Roadster

Picture-perfect, renovated Mercedes-Benz 190 SL in elegant metallic silver - motor matching number!

Technical Specification
Our ID 1302
Manufacturer Mercedes-Benz
Model 190 SL Roadster
Produced 1955-1963
Year 1958
Steering Left Hand Drive
Exterior Silver-metallic
Interior Leather blue
Engine 4 in line
Capacity 1.884 cc
Power 77 kW/105 hp
Extras White wall tyres, Becker radio, center arm rest, 3. seat, luggage set (optional)
Price 205.000 Euro
Guarantee Complete one-year warranty

Location:

Böblingen

Availability

available
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The Era

Or what was it actually like in those days?

There are some shapes which cannot be improved. Thousands of car bodies have

gone from drawing board to production over the course of almost 130 years of

automotive history, but only a few dozen have been accepted as true design icons in

the history of the production automobile. The Mercedes-Benz 190 SL is undoubtedly

one of those designs whose perfect proportions continue to inspire even today, half

a century after the end of its production, and whose influence cannot be ignored.

The Condition

Or how it really is. Original, given a facelift or fully restored?

The vehicle has been recently fully restored to the highest standard. It is presented

in flawless condition both visually and mechanically, to the same standards as when

it was first delivered. Since restoration, the vehicle has not been driven. All work is

documented.Matching numbers car with engine from first delivery.

The Performance

Or what is it like to drive?

In the especially elegant and rare colour combination of silvergrey-metallic exterior

with blue leather interior, it looks very graceful - a classic, high-value collector’s item.

However, you can also spontaneously fall in its comfortable leather seats and drive off

in a flash, whether to the local coffee shop or on holiday! The rock-solid engineering

and suitability for everyday use make this possible. The design it attracts plenty of

attention: from any side and any angle you look at it, whilst stationary or in motion, if

you like profiles, you cannot resist turning your head - both with the roof down and up.