1963 Mercedes-Benz 190SL finished in Signal Red paint with white interior with included removable color-match hardtop. Paint is in good shape overall, has an older repaint and does show some imperfections here and there. There are some touch up spots where the top interacted with the paint on the body of the vehicle, see pics. This car is titled as a 1963, but the chassis number would fall into the parameters of a 1962 model year. This car was first titled in August, 1963 according to the paperwork from the original owner in Phoenix, AZ. It was not driven in any bad weather, and it certainly shows. This does have a clear title, not an issue there; we just want the next owner to be aware of this. Chrome and brightwork in good shape and really makes that red pop! Powered by the 1.9L SOHC Inline 4 cyl that is paired with a 4-speed manual transmission that are fully synchronized with a 12 volt system. 2 Weber carbs have been installed along the line, this also does come with the dual Solex carbs. Riding on the red wheels with Mercedes wheel covers, beauty rings, and white wall radial tires. This car is a true roadster, it does come with a removable hardtop but never came with an attached soft top. This car was not ordered with side mirrors either. White bucket seat interior with 4-speed on the floor, seats appear to be original. Key turns all the way around to the right and then push button start on the dash to start this one! Tachometer and fuel gauge functioning as they should be! Odometer reads 68,552 miles, we cannot confirm miles to be original due to age. Stereo will power up, but did not have any sound. This also comes with a tool wrap and other misc parts. Stock sounding Mercedes-Benz!
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