With constant market changes and customer choices evolving rapidly, the 80s was a tough time for car manufacturers. However, looking back and your reminded that the 80s was a time where some of automotive’s greatest left factory floors, look at this lovely 1982 Mercedes-Benz 380SL Convertible we have today for instance. With a reported 110,000 miles on the clock this German classic is a reliable classic that you can enjoy minus the heartache of owning and maintaining a classic car.
The Mercedes-Benz R107 line up boasted a design that will be forever timeless. It boasted boxy styling of the 80s and ensured the German automaker lives to fight another day amongst the several changes going around externally. This 1982 Mercedes-Benz 380SL Convertible sports a silver exterior with the convertible hardtop matching the exterior color as well. The body is in great condition and features all its original exterior components, the US spec bumpers are present and in great condition as well. This German classic sits on its original Mercedes-Benz wheels which are finished off the body color of this car. Mercedes-Benz sure do a good interior regardless of which car you do choose to drive off in. Stepping into the blue and grey interior of this 1982 Mercedes Benz 380SL Convertible and your treated to a host of original features still in place and in great condition, the current owner reports that the car’s interior has been re-upholstered. Looking at the original dashboard and your treated to originality in the form of the factory Mercedes-Benz steering wheel. The center console is home to this cars wood trim being present and in place of the decker unit you would find an aftermarket JVC sound system giving you seamless connectivity and a better way of pumping out your tunes. Venturing out on a hot day is no longer a challenge as this car is also reported to be set up for air conditioning.
Originality is key in the classic car market, popping open the hood of this 1982 Mercedes-Benz 380SL Convertible and you would find a 3.8L V8 powertrain that boats Mercedes-Benz reliability and decent performance. When new this German classic could push out a healthy 215hp. The current owner reports that the car has seen some recent maintenance to keep this car running right. Power is sent to the car’s rear wheels through an automatic transmission.
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