Keeping with the theme of Mercedes-BenzÂ in a color I rarely see, I present to you a 300SEL 4.5 in the same color as the bonkers SL65 AMG RENNtech â€”Â yellow. I must admit I’ve never seen a W108 or W109 in yellow so I was a excited to come across this one for sale in Ohio, even though I don’t particularly love yellow. Much to my dismay, this 300SEL has probably seen its last ride.
CLICK FOR DETAILS:Â 1972 Mercedes-Benz 300SEL 4.5 on eBay
Model: 300SEL 4.5
Engine: 4.5 liter V8
Transmission: 4-speed automatic
Mileage: 77,053 mi
Price: Reserve auction
Â Chassis# 10905712001693
Paint Code: 624G Â Â Â Yellow
Â A 1972 Mercedes 300SEL 4.5 liter, Yellow with Brown interior, A/C. Just came out of a long term ownership. Matching numbers car. The car has been off the road for many years undriven. A very straight and honest body. The chrome is in very good condition.Â Besides rust holes on the passenger side floor, it has a solid undercarriage.
The interior is in good condition and can be used as it is. It is just showing its age. Becker radio.
The engine does not turn over due to sitting.
Comes with all the original owner manuals.
An excellent original car needing work. Rolls and steers fine for transportation purposes.
Please note there is no TITLE for this car, it will be sold on a BILL OF SALE ONLY.
Â Any questions welcome.
Please message or call Frank Sajjad at 2166452100.
(We can help to make arrangements for worldwide shipping.)
Shipping cost to Rotterdam or Felixstowe, UK is $1,500
Sadly, I think this car has lived its life. Restoring or even just getting the car drivable would be a task that would outweigh what the car is worth. This W109 has extreme rust issues on the floors and some of the structural suspension parts don’t look too sturdy either. TheÂ motor won’t turn over, the glass is cracked and I’m pretty sure it doesn’t stop either. Just to top it off, the car doesn’t come with a title so depending on your state you’d have some legwork to do. I generally sway towards not parting cars out that can be saved with a moderate amount of effort, but the prices of W109 parts make this one an easy choice for the buyer.
I’m curious to see where the bidding ends with this one. W109 prices have been on the steady rise regardless of engine size so I’m not too surprised the bidding is already at a few thousand dollars but if it starts to hear north of $5,000 I’ll be really scratching my head.