1985 Mercedes-Benz Convertible SL Euro Roadster "Low Miles" ***Beautiful***

1985 Mercedes-Benz SL-Class Convertible Roadster

Condition: Used
Make: Mercedes-Benz
Model: SL-Class
Type: Convertible
Trim: Convertible Roadster
Year: 1985
Mileage: 112,698
VIN: 11111111111111111
Color: Black
Engine: 6 Cylinder
Cylinders: 6
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Java
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Seneca, South Carolina, United States
Extras
Air Conditioning, Cruise Control, Power Locks, Power Windows
CD Player, Convertible, Leather Seats
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Description for Mercedes-Benz SL-Class 1985

1985 Mercedes Convertible 280SL "EURO CAR" "RARE and Beautiful"

Manufactured in Germany

112898 Miles - Very Low Miles!

Purchased in California, Meticulously cared for and Garage Kept!

While in California, it had been maintained bythe same Mercedes specialist as the previous owner. The car now resides in South Carolina.

This Mercedes is a Grey market car, in Excellent condition. This car is rust free and the body is in wonderful condition. The underbody is clean an looks like new.

It offers a removable Hard Top, a hidden Soft Top, both in Excellent condition.

Other features of this R107 are:

  • Air condtioning
  • Cruise Control
  • Automatic transmission
  • Power Windows
  • Power Locks
VIN: WDB1070421A028044 (Ebay does not recognize Grey Market European VIN)
Previous owner installed an after market radio, which is a sometimes tempermental.
The following is information I found about Grey Market cars on the internet.
Desirable Mercedes-Benz models never officially available in America R107 Roadsters
280SL: The combination of a 6-cylinder engine and an automatic transmission makes this R107 variant more fun than any U.S.-market 107 ever was.
Any Mercedes vehicle that was imported outside of Mercedes-Benz of North America dealer network is a gray-market car. This does not include European delivery vehicles because they had to be ordered through a dealership. Gray-market Mercedes-Benz (GMMB) cars were purchased in Europe, imported and then federalized. Many of these models were never sold in United States, or were European variants of U.S. models, equipped with interesting options and generally, more power.

The gray market was born out of an economic perfect storm. The U.S. dollar was incredibly strong, making the purchase of European goods cheaper. The German economy was not doing so badly either, and sales of Mercedes-Benz vehicles in Europe were healthy. Savvy Americans knew they could buy a discounted Mercedes in Europe for half the cost they’d pay stateside. The only issue was getting them here and modifying the cars to meet U.S. Department of Transportation safety standards and Environmental Protection Agency emissions standards.

The information obtained from the internet is intended to be viewed to explain what a Grey market car is. This information has not been verified and no warranty is express. Please feel free to do additional research.

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This car is sold as is, no warranty is expressed or implied.

Vehicle is available for viewing and transport can be arranged.