1957 Mercedes Sl 190sl 2 Owner Since New Books Tool Kit 100% Original No Rust on 2040cars
gresham, OR, United States
Interior Color: Tan
Warranty: Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty
Drive Type: manual
Sub Model: 190sl
Disability Equipped: No
Exterior Color: Red
Number of Doors: 2
Condition: Used: A vehicle is considered used if it has been registered and issued a title. Used vehicles have had at least one previous owner. The condition of the exterior, interior and engine can vary depending on the vehicle's history. See the seller's listing for full details and description of any imperfections. ...
reason for low possitive score i dont buy or sell on ebay i have a rare expensive car ' in ebay would be the best way to sell to reach everyone '
dont hesitate to bid you will be proud to be the owner of this beautiful stunning original mercedes
100 % original most original mercedes you will ever find /fire engine red with tan interior stunning original condition '
2 owner since new never driven in the rain ' always garaged kept since new only one repaint to original color '
under carriage never been tuched 100% original under carriage rare to see ' original solex carburator original radio ' works '
original clock works 'original tool kit original books ' original delivery from mercdes 1957 to the original owner this is a rare car in excellent shape'
you will not find another original 1957 mercedes 190sl like this one in this shape it is a stunning car interior seats are original car only has 53.000 miles'
the top is in perfect shape ' the rear carpet is perfect ' interior is stunning being all original door panels been dyed to original color '
chrome is in excellent shape nice bright chrome the trunk inside is stunning no rust ' the engine bay is immaculate all original ' you might find 190sl arround '
wont find one like mine ' this is a stunning rare original no rust solid 100% car that will draw somuch attention the body looks amazing up close as well '
this car is worth every penny ' i have seen junk sell for $40k to 50 i have seen nice cars sell for $65 to 70k this is a very stunning car that has no rust '
in still looks new unbelivable shape so be happy bidding wont be dissapointed you will fall in love as soon as you see this 190sl
please if your going to email me leave a phone number the winner of the auction will need to deposit $5k into my account by 24 hours'
the balance can be paid untill one week to ten days ' we will figure that out dont hisitate to bid this car is one of a kind '
On Feb-24-13 at 23:12:04 PST, seller added the following information:
you can inspect the car before auction ends 'car will not be inspected after auction sorry '
Mercedes-Benz 190-Series for Sale
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