The Mercedes-Benz 300 SL of the R107 series offered here was registered by Mercedes-Benz for the first time on 18.03.1987. On 20.07.1988 it came into the care of its first owner, who owned it until 2001. Since 2001 until today it is in the possession of its second owner. The mileage of about 47 Tkm can be traced by means of documents. The chassis is not too tight and provides a pleasant driving experience.
The Mercedes-Benz 300 SL R107 still shines in its very well preserved silver first varnish. The interior consists of red fabric with individual red leather accents, giving this R107 an attractive colour combination. Features include heated seats, electric windows and an automatic aerial.
Due to the low mileage of only 47,209 km and only two previous owners, the Mercedes-Benz 300 SL R107 is in very good visual as well as technical condition.
What could be better than cruising along the roads with the 300 SL R107 and its 3 L in-line six-cylinder engine in the sunset?
The descendant of the 1954 created and meanwhile legendary SL series was also designed by the designer of the 300 SL (W 198), namely Friedrich Geiger. With its headlight design it established a new design line at Mercedes-Benz in 1971. Many elements also appear in the S-class (W116), which was introduced one year later. The 107 series was available as a coupé (C 107) and a roadster (R 107), the majority was produced as export model for the USA and enjoyed great popularity there, mostly as a V8 model. The series set new standards in the field of passive safety. Besides a defined crumple zone, reinforced A-pillars and a safe four-spoke steering wheel right from the start, ABS was introduced in 1980 and a driver's airbag two years later. Thanks to the wide range of engine options and extensive optional extras, the R 107 remained on the market for more than 18 years and is after the G-Class, the longest-produced Mercedes series in history.