1972 Mercedes-Benz 350SL - 2 OWNER! - 4.5 liter M117 iron block V8 Engine-350 SL

1972 Mercedes-Benz 300-Series 350SL - 450 Engine

Make: Mercedes-Benz
Model: 300-Series
SubModel: 350SL
Type: Convertible
Trim: 350SL - 450 Engine
Year: 1972
Mileage: 139,225
VIN: 10704412001103
Color: White
Engine: 4.5 liter M117 iron block V8
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Red
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Littleton, Colorado, United States
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Description for Mercedes-Benz 300-Series 1972

1972 Mercedes-Benz 350SL (450 Engine)

· VIN: 10704412001103

· Two owner car

· Always garaged since new and kept under car cover

· White with red interior and black convertible top

· Always kept in Colorado with no rust

· Most of the miles are highway miles

· 2 sets of wheels, one set is the factory wheel with factory hubcaps

· Upgraded stereo and speakers with CD

· Bucket seats have a center arm rest addition

· Air Conditioning

· Power Steering

· Power Brakes

· Cruise Control

· 139,225 Original Miles which is very low mileage for a car of this age

· This car gets good gas mileage

· Unlike other sports cars this one has a decent sized trunk

· This not a gray market vehicle

· Taillights, front turn signals, grill, windshield wipers, and one set of wheels have been painted to color match the body of the car to give it the Hollywood California look

The 1972 350SL is the first year of this body style and the engine in 1972 produced higher horse power then the 350SL made in later years. Of the 2 engines available in 1972, this one has the larger 4.5 liter M117 iron block V8 version.
The W107 chassis of the 280,350,380,450 and 560SLs was one of the longest running production bodies in the Diamler-Benz AG's line. Although most W107s are extremely well built and collectable, the most desirable and collectable of the W107s is the 1972 350SL with its features and higher horse-power. It is also the first V8 powered two-seater to be built at the Stuttgart, Germany factory. Part of what makes the 1972 W107 so desirable is the increased U.S. emissions and safety requirements starting in 1973 causing later models to be fitted with special crash bumpers and emissions control systems resulting in reduced overall look, performance and horse-power.




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