1982 Mercedes Benz 380 SL Convertible With Removable Hardtop 38k Miles CLEAN CAR FAX - Southwest RV and Marine Boats for Sale in Austin, Texas
1982 Mercedes Benz 380 SL Convertible With Removable Hardtop 38k Miles CLEAN CAR FAX

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1982 Mercedes Benz 380 SL Convertible With Removable Hardtop 38k Miles CLEAN CAR FAX

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Here's what I know Car Fax picks this car up in 2003 no accidents no floods no odometer discrepancies 3 Owners Shown. I replaced the exhaust system and a caliper. Blinkers work some of the time. Soft top is like brand new. Hardtop missing some trim but I have I the trim just needs to be installed. Interior excellent rear deck was scratched removing hard top - light scratch on hood and deck lid that you can not feel and will probably buff out.  

In 1980, Mercedes-Benz revamped its SL lineup of sporting luxury convertibles with the introduction of the 380SL. The 380 was a further development of the R107 chassis, which was first used in 1972 by the 350SL, and then later by the 450SL. Like its forebears the 380SL was a heady mix of V-8 power, refined luxury, and sporty underpinnings, and it was as a very popular model during its run in the U.S.

The 380SL, so-named for its 3.8-liter V-8, had a smaller engine than the 450SL and was consequently 120 pounds lighter. The new engine was designed with emissions controls in mind while the 450SLâ€(TM)s mill was not, which meant that the two engines were relatively equal in terms of power (155 hp in the 380SL vs. 160 hp in the 450SL) despite the difference in their displacements. Performance was similar for the two cars, as was fuel economy.

1982 Mercedes-Benz 380SL Info
Body Styles
2dr Roadster
Engine Types
8-cyl. 3839cc/155hp FI
Additional Info
Curb Weight: 3638 lbs.
Vehicle Length: 182.3 in.
Wheel Base: 96.9 in.

Current Values January 2018
#1 Concours$24,500
Condition #1 vehicles are the best in the world. The visual image is of the best vehicle, in the right colors, driving onto the lawn at the finest concours. Perfectly clean, the vehicle has been groomed down to the tire treads. Painted and chromed surfaces are mirror-like. Dust and dirt are banned, and materials used are correct and superbly fitted. The one word description for #1 vehicles is "concours."
#2 Excellent$16,100
#3 Good$9,000
#4 Fair$5,000

Ever wish you could buy something and bury it away somewhere and years and years later sell it for 10x what you bought it for ????? ... imagine being able to do that and take it for a drive every Sunday... Or that grandkid who by no fault of his own ended up far away but made you really proud "and to my grandchild i leave my 1982 Mercedes Benz Convertible please sell it and buy the shelby cobra i always wanted cuz i  got stuck with your grandmas Mercedes that she made me swear id never sell" Jump Back A Generation and price the mid 1960 SL's - you'll start to understand the 1982 380SL if kept low mileage excellent could very easily be worth $100k one day.


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