|Auction Close||Year||Make/Model||Sold $|
Mercedes-Benz SL-Class"""SURVIVOR"" 190SL RARE ORIGINAL VINYL SEATS SPOTLESS FACTORY METAL UNDERCARRIAGE"
|$84,995||[ view auction details ]|
Mercedes-Benz SL-Class1968 280SL, 2nd/3rd owner, Hardtop, Complete, needs restoration
|$27,905||[ view auction details ]|
Mercedes-Benz SL-Class1971 Mercedes Benz 280SL W113 Factory Fenders
|$45,000||[ view auction details ]|
Mercedes-Benz SL-ClassMercedes Benz 1966 230SL
|$39,200||[ view auction details ]|
Mercedes-Benz SL-Class1966 Mercedes Benz 230 SL
|$34,400||[ view auction details ]|
Mercedes-Benz 200-Series1965 Mercedes Benz 230SL Light Ivory (670) Cognac Interior NO RESERVE !!!
|$38,000||[ view auction details ]|
Mercedes-Benz SL-ClassSilver and Black 1968 280SL W113 Pagoda auto transmission with AC and low miles
|$67,500||[ view auction details ]|
Mercedes-Benz SL-Class280SL Stunning Restoration
|$56,000||[ view auction details ]|
Mercedes-Benz SL-Class1966 Mercedes 230 SL Properly Restored Hundreds of Photos
|$50,000||[ view auction details ]|
Mercedes-Benz SL-Class1965 Mercedes Benz 230SL
|$33,900||[ view auction details ]|
|Body Types||coupe, sports roadster|
|Engine Options||1,897cc 85x83.6mm, 4 cyl OHC|
|Max Power||105 bhp at 5,700 rpm|
|Max Speed||105 mph|
|Parts & Support|
The 190SL looked a bit like a scaled-down 300SL but that was all the cars had in common. It traded off its big sister's reputation and was plainly aimed at American boulevards, not circuits. Engine was a twin carb version of the standard 190 1.9-liter unit, and the four-speed all-synchro gearbox had a floor-mounted lever.
Slight styling revisions in '55, power brakes from '56. Very expensive for what it was - a shortened 190 sedan floorpan, only mildly fast, not especially pretty and no sharp handler. Removable hardtop coupe and roadster were offered.