Starting in 1971, Mercedes began production of the R107 line which ran until 1989 and was the second longest line ever produced by the manufacturer. Also known as the “SL,” these two-door convertibles came with detachable hardtops and of course, tried and true German engineering. Over the years they’ve proven their reliability as classic automobiles, a few manufactures wear.
This 1974 Mercedes Benz 450SL has just 29,300 miles since new and great original condition. It is finished in the factory white over red interior which has both seen far less wear that your average SL from this era since the car has been sparsely driven since new.
Mechanically, the car was just serviced by the local independent MB shop and is ready to drive and enjoys. She’s a wonderful cruiser out on the open road and is ready for the next enthusiast/owner.