Mercedes-Benz rings the bells of sophistication married with luxury in automobiles and the fine artisanship of German reliability. As time prepressed, cars were no longer a transportation plaything or a platform to showcase works of art. Safety of the passengers played a critical part in producing cars. Mercedes-Benz presented the 450SLC that perfectly embodies what those modern standards stood for. Also, it belonged to the Benzes' prestigious SL line of vehicles. Meaning Super Lightweight, the SL moniker was borne by the mightiest Mercedes sports cars since the iconic SL300 was introduced to the world. Since then, the following series of high performance SL sports cars enjoyed heaps of success, and most are now popular classics. We are pleased to bring this desirable 1974 Mercedes Benz 450SLC to you, which is located in New York. This prestigious two-seater touring car displays 52,000 miles on its odometer and comes with a new OEM leather Interior.
The 1974 Mercedes-Benz 450SLC has a certain degree of automotive elegance and sophistication, much like the 350SL. The SLC is the SL roadster's coupe counterpart. The only notable differences were the fixed steel roof with the slightly higher roofline that provided people in the rear seats with adequate headroom, and the 360 mm extension of the wheelbase to accommodate the two rear seats. Our subject 450SLC wears a neat blue paint on its exterior and rides on Michelin Harmony tires fitted to shiny silver wheels. Adhering the safety concerns, the car is fitted with black extended front and rear bumpers. We previously mentioned that this 1974 Mercedes-Benz 450SLC boast a new interior. It is themed in blue to match the exterior and has a classic type instrument cluster. Three dials in front of the driver provides important feedback while the center console holds controls of the radio, cruise control and air conditioning.
Powering this 1974 Mercedes-Benz 450SLC is a smooth 4.5-liter single overhead camshaft V8 engine, which can deliver 230 horsepower. It is paired with a three-speed automatic transmission. It’s got four-wheel disc brakes as standard, and the suspension is fully independent. According to the seller, this 450SLC has also received a new battery, motor mounts, fan clutch and rear lifts.
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