Beautiful Mercedes-Benz 350sl R107. Original European vehicle from the first series. This is how Mercedes originally intended this car. With the fantastic 3.5 l. V8 engine, linked to the automatic gearbox. In a great color combination: Sandgelb metallic (original factory color) in combination with a chocolate brown cario hood and Mercedes Benz tex interior in the same color. In combination with the 14 inch crown cap Fuchs rims really a picture.
The car was first admitted in April 1972 in Antwerp. In 1990 the car was imported to the Netherlands and very professionally restored at a mileage of approx. 100000 km. After that the car was only used as a hobby convertible in the summer. Even 25 years later, hardly any rust can be detected. The current traceable mileage is approx. 133000km
The bottom has recently been inspected and provided with a new protective layer. The entire technique has been checked and all necessary repairs have been made. Major repairs have also recently been carried out. All fluids, V belts, filters, gaskets, vacuum hoses, ignition parts, spark plugs, etc. have been replaced. (bills available) The body is provided with a new beautiful paint layer due to a number of light signs of use. The convertible top is in excellent condition. The original hardtop is included. Chrome and rubbers are good. The interior is very neat and recently restored where necessary. The original Becker Mexico radio is included. The car is currently equipped with a modern retro audio system with excellent sound and reception with external aux input.
In short: This car is in an exceptionally good condition. Both optically and technically. The car drives wonderfully and is ready for many fine kilometers. Almost the entire history of the car is documented in writing and with photos. Incl. all keys and the original instruction and maintenance booklet! An excellent investment because original European cars in this condition are becoming increasingly rare and the value will only increase in the future. If you are looking for a very well preserved early R107 then you must have it!