1988 Mercedes Benz 560SL two-door roadster. Amazing Condition, Beautiful Styling and Fantastic color Combination. EXTREMLY LOW 42,500 MILES. AC, custom exhaust and custom chrome wheels. New looking throughout. Factory painted in Arctic white (code 147). Powered by a 5.6L 338 cu.i. V8 SOHC. Bosch KE - Jet Tronic fuel injection – Stainless Steel Magnaflow Muffler with dual chrome tips (has a wonderful throaty sound like the new AMG’s) Transmission is a 722.3 four-speed automatic w/shift on the floor and a limited slip differential. Recirculating ball w/power assist steering. Suspension: Double wishbones with/coil springs, telescopic shock absorbers, torsion bar stabilizer – front. Independent beam axle with/telescopic shock absorbers, coil springs, torsion bar stabilizer – rear. Brakes: Vented discs with/vacuum assist, ABS – front, solid disks with/vacuum assist, ABS - rear. Riding on TSW ‘Snetterton’ 18” chrome wheels w/ Michelin Pilot Sport all season radial tires - four corners - 225/45ZR 18 – front 245/40ZR 18 – rear.
SRS – supplemental restraint system, radio alarm antitheft system, power antenna. Accessories include Air-conditioning, power steering, power brakes, power windows, power locks, right hand power mirror, power antenna, speed control, rear defrost.
New brown cloth convertible top, hardtop in matching arctic white. Chrome mirror caps, bodyside molding’s, manufacturer specific North American – spec headlamps/bumpers and front fog lamps.
Interior: Full grain light tan leather seats, full grain leather interior, Burlwood trim, factory equipped VDO instrumentation. Equipped with Becker electronic Grand Prix AM/FM stereo/cassette player, features: auto reverse, Dolby system, seek/scan, 10 button memory 4 AM stations – 6 FM stations, alarm: radio alarm antitheft system.
Standard options: SRS – supplemental restraint system, driver side airbag, antilock brake system, original tool kit, first aid kit.
A seriously Spectacular Mercedes that will thrill you to drive and wow on-lookers. With only 42,500 miles this ones barley begun to be enjoyed.