1967 Mercedes-Benz 230SL Pagoda SL Roadster Classic - VIDEO - Both Tops - Beige

1967 Mercedes-Benz SL-Class Pagoda SL

Make: Mercedes-Benz
Model: SL-Class
SubModel: Pagoda SL
Type: Convertible
Trim: Convertible Two-Door
Year: 1967
Mileage: 11,415
VIN: 113.04210-019649
Color: Beige
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: 4-Speed Manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Tan
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Dallas, Texas, United States
Cassette Player, Leather Seats

Description for Mercedes-Benz SL-Class 1967

Please allow ample time for our high resolution photos and video to load. Thank you. 1967 Mercedes-Benz 230SL Pagoda Roadsteras presented by. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas1912 W. Mockingbird Lane Dallas. Texas. 75235Dave at 214-213-7072 or Maris at 214-616-2317VIDEO BELOW / PRESS PLAY VIDEO ABE /PRESS PLAYTexas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this beautiful 1967 Mercedes-Benz 230SL Roadster. This example showcases a quality repaint of the original body in its correct Beige (181) color while retaining its factory drivetrain and interior. This car is a pleasure to drive and is in very good condition. This example displays all of the attributes you would expect in the 230SL. The 230SL Mercedes-Benz originally made its debut in Geneva. Switzerland in March of 1963. The 230SL would be the direct replacement for the famous 300SL & its sibling. the 190SL. The Pagoda SL is a fast appreciating investment. it is time to attain one while you can. Enjoy our presentation and feel free to contact Dave at 214-213-7072 or Maris at 214-616-2317 with any questions. FEATURES INCLUDE : Multi-Port Fuel-Injected 2. 3 Litre Overhead Cam Inline-6 Cylinder Engine @ 150HP 4-Speed Manual TransmissionDual Circuit Braking System - Front Discs & Power-Assist Rear DrumsRecirculation Ball Steering14-Inch Factory Color-Keyed Wheels. Beauty Caps & Rings - Replaced White Wall Michelin Radial Tires (195/75R14s x 4)Pagoda Auxilary HardtopBrown Convertible Soft TopUpdated Blaupunkt Cassette StereoCorrect Beige (181) Color Original Brown Leather Interior - Bucket Seating - Center ConsoleFactory Gauges - U. S. Speedometer & TachometerSpare Tire/Wheel & Jacking EquipmentChromed Exhaust TipsAs always. we would live to thank the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum for allowing us to photograph cars at their wonderful museum. Be sure to visit the Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas. Texas. We enjoy driving our cars there for photographs. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas' showroom is located only a few miles away. The exterior displays exceptional paint in the correct Mercedes Beige color. This is a no-hit car that displays several distinguishing features. The car is believed to have had 3 owners. The original owner. who traded it in to a dealer in Albuquerque. NM in 1972. the 2nd and long time owner who purchased it from the dealer that year and owned it until 2003. when he sold it to his son for $1. 00 and he brought it here to Dallas. The car has been extremely well taken care of. Our second owner kept this incredible log of every gallon of gas put in the car. every oil change and much more. It is dated from the day he bout it in 1972 right through to 2003 when he sold it to his son. and right up until 2014. The final entry in the book shows mileage of 111366. There is documentation in the file that shows when the second owner purchased the car from the dealer in Albuquerque. the speedometer was broken. It was replaced by the dealer and we have a signed document from the dealer stating there were 34. 00. miles on the car at tat time and the new speedometer was set at zero. Actual mileage on the car now is 145415. That is an average of only 3030 miles a year. We have all of the receipts of everything done to the car from 1973 to 2010. You can see the special body crease along either headlamp along with the factory weld markings along the inner fender wells. We have the receipt for teh one repaint the car had in 1984. There is literally no mention of body work. just paint and labor. There is no sign of bondo or filler that we can see on the body. This is a beautiful car. 1967 would be the last year of the 230SL model. There were less than 20. 00 of these cars produced total from 1963 until this final year of 1967. Of the 19. 31 produced. less than 1/4 of these were sold in the United States. This is quite a rare car. These cars were considered a success for Mercedes-Benz and were based on the W 111 sedan platform with a reduced wheelbase by 11. 8 inches. The removable hardtop is well-known as a Pagoda hardtop. reminiscent of the Japanese building design. This cars hardtop is in excellent condition. The original headliner is intact as well. also in very good condition. This is simply at attractive car. The wheels of choice are the Mercedes factory color-keyed 14-inch rims fitted with matching center caps & beauty rings. The tires are recent Michelin white wall radials sized at 195/75R14 all around. Open the doors to 1967. This interior features an interior which was replaced in 1984. There is also an estimate in the records of the cost to replace all of these again. The original shifter boot is in need of replacement. The transmission shifts through the gears correctly. including reverse. The upholstery is in need of repair. in 1985. the owner had the seats recovered. the door panels replaced. as well as the carpet. It is obvious that it is time to do the interior again. The dash retains all of the original gauges and woodwork along with the original dash upholstery. The dash pad is worn. mostly on the passenger side edge. where the material has worn throughout. The dash itself showcases excellent factory gauges with functional speedometer & tachometer. The original stereo was replaced some time ago with a Blaupunkt AM/FM Cassette stereo. Under the hood is the factory multi-port fuel-injected 2. 3 litre inline-6 cylinder engine. This is a robust powerplant that runs good. paired with the factory 4-speed manual transmission. This engine was rated at 150 horsepower and feels quite peppy. These are fun cars to drive and this one is no exception. The Pagoda SL's are known for their reliability and build quality. The engine compartment is original. the original insulation is still in place on the firewall along with the identifying plates. The option/color identifying plate is in place. The core support sheet metal. inner fenders. and firewall are solid and original. The inner fender wells are filthy. the paint actually cleans up well in the engine compartment. notably around the color/option identification plate. The factory mat is in place. The spare tire/wheel & jacking equipment is also in place along with the cover & tool bag. The trunk pan is in good condition as well. The convertible soft top has been seldom used and is fully intact. showing very well. The top retracts easily and raises with no issues. The door undersides are in excellent condition. Factory floorboards are intact throughout. The suspension consists of coils and wishbones. The exhaust system is intact. The engine. transmission. and differential undersides are in good condition. Although not indented as competition cars. the 230SL model was known for doing some rally racing and it won a famous one. the grueling Spa-Sofia-Liege Rally. Enjoy our remaining photos and again feel free to contact Dave at 214-213-7072 or Maris at 214-616-2317 with any questions. PHOTO SLIDESHOW BELOWPHOTO SLIDESHOW ABOVEAUCTION TERMS & CONDITIONS ATTENTION TO NEW EBAY USERS/ 0 FEEDBACK USERSIf you have zero feedback or negative feedback. please call us or email us before placing a bid. Thank You. SUCCESSFUL BIDDERS The winning bidder must contact us within 24 hours to proceed with payment and delivery arrangements. DEPOSIT The winning bidder must submit a 20% non refundable deposit within 48 hours of the close of the auction to secure the vehicle unless other arrangements are made with us. PAYMENT METHODS Our preferred method of payment is bank wire transfer. or 3rd party financing. We can work with you if that is a problem. All funds must be in US dollars only. 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