Classic 1971 Mercedes For Sale In Almost New Condition

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Here’s the Classic Mercedes You’re Looking For

The Mercedes-Benz 280SL of the 1970s is a rare thing to ever see on modern roads, but just recently one has gone up for auction with just 54,000 miles and a track record of being safe from the elements.

The perfect pick-up for a classic car enthusiast or someone who’s never driven in an old Mercedes Roadster. A car like this can run almost indefinitely when it goes through proper engine maintenance.

 

Here’s a drop top classic from the ‘70s that will never go out of style. Ever. This 1971 Mercedes-Benz 280SL is practically new with only 54,818 miles on the clock and was just listed on Bring a Trailer.

According to BaT, the silver convertible with a dark blue leather interior was purchased from the original owner in 1976. It has stayed in the family ever since, and has only been driven in fair weather.

Now that’s really sad news. In order to truly experience a roadster as fine as this, one should drive it year-round, with the top always down. But, their loss is your gain. Continue Reading

image via Bring a Trailer

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