1971 Mercedes-Benz 300SEL 6.3

We featured a 1969 300SEL 6.3 back in March, and here comes another mint example for sale in California for the discerning enthusiast. This car has covered just over 50,000 miles from new and has been treated to a recent service. These were luxury saloons ahead of their time in terms of performance and set the tone for generations of performance Mercedes-Benzes to come. This, then, is an Mercedes icon of epic proportions.

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Year: 1971
Model: 300SEL 6.3
Engine: 6.3 liter V8
Transmission: 4-speed automatic
Mileage: 51,015 mi
Price: $49,985 Buy It Now

You are looking at a rare and pristine 1971 Mercedes-Benz 300SEL 6.3 V8 sedan! It has only 51,015 original low miles. Our 100% eBay feedback rating speaks for our cars and honest sales staff.

This vehicle has a beautiful silver exterior with black soft leather interior accented with factory wood decor and veneer, it looks amazing! This Mercedes-Benz 300SEL is an accident-free, pristine immaculate car! This car is loaded with features and options such as automatic transmission, rare 6.3 liter V8 engine, immaculate and pristine interior and exterior (amazing condition), all factory and stock, premium Becker Mexico cassette sound system, cold air conditioning (A/C works perfectly), wood accents and veneers, sun/moon roof, power windows and much, much more!

This is a pristine example with very good history. Recent service completed by authorized Mercedes-Benz facility. Just serviced 3/20/14. It won’t need anything! This car comes complete with original key, tools, service records on hand and spare tire.

Please feel free to contact us today for a free Carfax. Autocheck vehicle history today or simply click on the icon below. We can also help arrange a pre-purchase inspection and assist with shipping around the world. Ask us for details! And trade-ins are always welcome too!

If you have any questions about this vehicle, please contact our sales team directly at (858) 759-7723 or via email sales@rsfm.com.

Thank you for your interest and we look forward to hearing from you soon!

Silver isn’t the most interesting hue for a classic Mercedes, but it adds to the subtle nature of this sedan, leaving little evidence of what lurks beneath the hood. This particular 6.3 is priced within a reasonable realm when it comes to a no excuse example. And considering what some vintage Mercedes-Benzes are pulling these days, such as the 190SL, 6.3 values look like a bargain in comparison for what these cars offer. Will these be the next classics to take off? I often feel guilty of looking at classics like this as investments, but if you’re looking for somewhere to park your money these days, there are much worse places to do it than a 6.3.


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  1. I’m interested in buying a 1981–1985 Mercedes-Benz 300CD Turbo.
    Question – what is the best year for this model and why?

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