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1963-1971 Mercedes-Benz W 113 SL Class - 280 SL Top

The “Pagoda” drives up: Mercedes-Benz SL, W 113 series

Now that the MINI is gone, this is going to be the next baby in the garage . . . .

Mercedes-Benz 230 SL want tis car!

With most roadsters, the removable hard top is at best an afterthought. Read on to learn more about the 1963-1971 Mercedes-Benz SL in this collectible classic brought to you by the automotive experts at Automobile Magazine.

With most roadsters, the removable hard top is at best an afterthought. Read on to learn more about the Mercedes-Benz SL in this collectible classic brought to you by the automotive experts at Automobile Magazine.

1963 Mercedes_benz 230SL Roadster

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The Mercedes-Benz 230SL (W113) celebrated at the Geneva Motor Show in March 1963 as its Premiere. The curved because of its optionally available concave hardtop in the press called Mercedes Pagoda car was 230 SL (1963-1967), 250 SL (1967), 280 SL (1968-1971) built in a total of 48,912 copies. It was conceived as a two-seater convertible with sliding cover with manual or automatic transmission. It was also (surcharge) with hard top and with 4 seats offered as a coupe. @bayernernst-Flicker

The Mercedes-Benz 230SL (W113) celebrated at the Geneva Motor Show in March 1963 as its Premiere. The curved because of its optionally available concave hardtop in the press called Mercedes Pagoda car was 230 SL (1963-1967), 250 SL (1967), 280 SL (1968-1971) built in a total of 48,912 copies. It was conceived as a two-seater convertible with sliding cover with manual or automatic transmission. It was also (surcharge) with hard top and with 4 seats offered as a coupe. @bayernernst-Flicker

1970 Mercedes-Benz 280SL PAGODA ROADSTER for sale #1786960 | Hemmings Motor News

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fficially, this roadster is known as the Mercedes-Benz W113. And there were three models: the 230SL (1963-1967), the 250SL (1966-1968) and the 280SL (1967-1971—pictured here).

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The Mercedes-Benz 230SL (W113) celebrated at the Geneva Motor Show in March 1963 as its Premiere. The curved because of its optionally available concave hardtop in the press called Mercedes Pagoda car was 230 SL (1963-1967), 250 SL (1967), 280 SL (1968-1971) built in a total of 48,912 copies. It was conceived as a two-seater convertible with sliding cover with manual or automatic transmission. It was also (surcharge) with hard top and with 4 seats offered as a coupe. @bayernernst-Flicker

The Mercedes-Benz 230SL (W113) celebrated at the Geneva Motor Show in March 1963 as its Premiere. The curved because of its optionally available concave hardtop in the press called Mercedes Pagoda car was 230 SL (1963-1967), 250 SL (1967), 280 SL (1968-1971) built in a total of 48,912 copies. It was conceived as a two-seater convertible with sliding cover with manual or automatic transmission. It was also (surcharge) with hard top and with 4 seats offered as a coupe. @bayernernst-Flicker

1969 Mercedes-Benz 280SL Pagoda Convertible 4-Speed, Two Tops  #Mecum #Monterey

1969 Mercedes-Benz "PAGODA" Original Roadster and a very desirable, Tobacco Brown with a Cognac coloured interior & matching carpet, Becker Europa AM/FM radio.

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