The terms “Mercedes-Benz” and “SL” always spark images of cruising down fancy locations like Monaco, top down, gorgeous looks, and a well-engineered German engine purring along. Whilst the first generation SL steals the show in any classic car meet or high profile location what really set the tone for the SL marque was the legendary R107 generation. The Mercedes-Benz R107 was the second generation, and enjoyed production for 18 years, making it by far the longest production run for any SL model. What made the Mercedes-Benz R107 SL special, and a big seller was the fact that it was a good looking car and also due to the fact that there were multiple engine and trim options available if you wanted one. Make Sunday drives a drive to remember on every occasion with this 1989 Mercedes-Benz 560 SL Convertible we have today. The car is located in California and with just a reported 33,500 miles on the clock this low mileage example can be yours to cruise with your top down and living life the right way one drive at a time.
With a Mercedes-Benz you can never go wrong with a black exterior regardless of any model in their lineup. This 1989 Mercedes-Benz 560 SL Convertible with its black exterior is a testament to that statement. The exterior and its components are in great condition with the US spec bumpers and chrome components shining like the way they rolled off the Stuttgart factory floors back in 1989. The black exterior is also complimented by the factory chrome Mercedes-Benz wheels which add that Eighties touch. Also included in the sale is the factory black hardtop as well as a soft top. A Mercedes-Benz with a decent interior is usually a good pointer to understand how well the car has been looked after. This 1989 Mercedes-Benz 560 SL Convertible with its burl wood trimmed interior is one car that has been looked after really well with how well the interior looks on this car. The leather seats and wood trim are in great condition as well. Creature comforts include climate control and a much sought after period Becker Grand Prix radio cassette.
A well-engineered Mercedes -Benz engine should operate like butter, with seamless delivery of power and torque to complement the ride feel of the car. Ensuring smooth and buttery performance in this 1989 Mercedes-Benz 560 SL Convertible is the top of the range engine trim of the R107 model range, the 5.6 L V8 engine and one of Stuttgart finest. Originality is key and that's the case with this car as well. The seller reports that only authentic Mercedes-Benz parts have been used and also have been serviced by Mercedes - Benz as well. Power and torque figures were 227hp and 287lb.ft when new, giving a top whack of 140mph and getting to 60mph in around 8 seconds.
Car Location: California Disc brakes Reported to be in mostly original condition Reported to have used authentic Mercedes parts only Reported to have been serviced only by Mercedes Burl Wood trimmed interior Hard top convertible Soft top also included Top speed of 140 1989 was the final production year for all R107 vehicles
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