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1987 Mercedes-Benz 560SL R107 Roadster
Up for sale is very nicely kept, 1987 Mercedes-Benz 560SL. Its desirable and rare Diamond
Blue Metallic Paint shines beautifully and Powerful V8 engine purrs and runs strong as ever.
Now that the W113 230/250/280SL's have become priced out of sight, here comes the
560SL - THE Next Collectible SL Roadster!
As recently as the mid 1990's, and early 2000’s you could pick up a nice condition 1971
280SL Pagoda Roadster for around $20, 000. Almost in the blink of an eye, that's what a basket
case now goes for - with good condition examples regularly selling north of $75k and more. There
are good reasons for this: scarcity, limited production, and a demographic generational shift that
shows the 50's and 60's muscle car prices have peaked and the next generation is after the
desirable cars they remember - which mostly came from Germany in the 70's, 80's and early
In the 560SL, Mercedes got it all just right, offering essentially bullet-proof reliability, satisfying
power, and aggressive good looks. The 560SL combined all that Mercedes learned about the V-8 R107
chassis cars into a cultural icon that quietly and confidently told the world its occupants had "arrived."
The R107 chassis was one of the longest running production bodies in the Diamler-Benz AG's
line, and R107s are extremely well built and collectable. It is also the first V8 powered two-seater to be
built at the Stuttgart, Germany factory.
It’s elegant and rare Diamond Blue Metallic (color code #355 diamintblau) paint has a beautiful shine
and luster!! Chrome is in great condition, it is complete and new looking, and this beautiful roadster is a
head turner and conversation piece everywhere it goes.
This Mercedes is very solid and rust free (please see pictures!!!). Body is in wonderful condition and it
is straight as an arrow! All doors, hood, and trunk are operating with ease, and everything lines up
properly. It was never in an accident, and It has been always garaged, pampered and kept away from
rain and bad weather, and it truly shows!!