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Classic Roadster. There's A Reason The R107 Was The Longest Running Body Style For Mercedes Benz — Many modern cars can out perform the R107 family of roadsters but, none quite have the star appeal and appearance of old money that the R107 roadsters brought to Mercedes. This 1989 Mercedes Benz 560 SL is 19 years old, but for a car of that age it had many amazing features including a standard airbag, both hard and soft tops, and many other desirable features. Over all the power was strong for a car from the 1980’s it had a 227 hp 5.6 liter V8 power plant that had a top speed of 137 miles per hour. Its 0-60 time was around 7.2 seconds. (Fairly impressive when you consider that it’s a fairly heavy car.) Sadly being 19 years old and a Mercedes products maintenance has become a problem and rather costly. Despite the short comings I truly love this car. It is fun to drive and turns heads where ever I go.

Just in, a 1989 Mercedes-Benz 560SL Convertible that is in amazing condition. Has 81k miles but looks like it only has half the miles. Fastidiously cared for by it's long time enthusiast owner, always keep indoors and in California since new. Everything on the car just sparkles! Immaculate, smooth paint with virtually no flaws to be found, gleaming stainless and chrome trim, excellent rubber all around and the soft top looks brand new, inside and out. Factory chrome wheels with at least 90% tread all around. There is no rust anywhere, even the undercarriage looks amazing. The factory hardtop not shown but included with rolling dolly.

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Just in, a 1989 Mercedes-Benz 560SL Convertible that is in amazing condition. Has 81k miles but looks like it only has half the miles. Fastidiously cared for by it's long time enthusiast owner, always keep indoors and in California since new. Everything on the car just sparkles! Immaculate, smooth paint with virtually no flaws to be found, gleaming stainless and chrome trim, excellent rubber all around and the soft top looks brand new, inside and out. Factory chrome wheels with at least 90% tread all around. There is no rust anywhere, even the undercarriage looks amazing. The factory hardtop not shown but included with rolling dolly.

This 1989 Mercedes Benz 190E-16 Evolution I is one of 502 models built to homologate the car for the DTM series where it challenged the BMW M3’s. The Evo 2 cars that came the following year are more often cloned and better recognized, so the look of the flares and wing on this model is a rare sight. The rare in-between model demands much more money than the standard 16V cars and includes a shorter de-stroked engine and height-adjustable suspension. Find it in Vancouver, Canada for $35,800 CDN. Special thanks to BaT reader Carl K. for this submission!