1986 Mercedes-Benz 560SL

While rare, the Mercedes-Benz 300SL we featured last week had its flaws, as pointed out by our readers. I’m a big fan of the R107 SLs, but if mistreated, these cars have the potential to put you in the poor house. This doesn’t appear to be the case with this particular 560SL, however. It is a one owner car that comes with its maintenance book stamped and looks to have led a relatively easy life in Arizona.

1986 Mercedes-Benz 560SL on eBay

Here is a absolutely beautiful 1986 Mercedes Benz 560SL that is in amazing condition and ready for its new lucky owner. This local car is extremely clean car both inside and out and was well cared for by its previous owner. This car also has its complete service history dating back to when the car was new. This is a very rare car being it is so well documented and runs/drives excellent. Here is your chance to own a beautiful low mile, documented, stunning 560SL that rarely ever come up for sale! All original car with an immuculate clean carfax and autocheck one owner history.

CarFax & Auto Check Certified Clean Car ONE Owner AZ Car

The option list is as follows:

– 5.6L 8-Cyl.
– Automatic Transmission
– 4 Wheel Disc Brakes
– Blue Green Metallic
– Ivory Leather
– Dark Brown Top
– Auxiliary Hardtop
– Alloy Wheels
– AM FM Radio (original)
– Air Conditioning (blows ice cold)
– Cruise Control
– Power windows
– Power Locks

The car has a beautiful factory finish of “Blue Green Metallic” paint just and received a fresh detail that looks great. This car has stunning body that is straight as an arrow and is free of any accidents or damage. This benz has always been garage kept and pampered its entire life and really shows it. Very clean well cared for exterior sure to please its new owner. AUTOCHECK AND CARFAX NO ACCIDENTS CERTIFED CLEAN CAR! The beautiful Ivory Leather interior and is all original and looks extremely clean. The car has all of its original books, complete set of tools, jack, first aid kit, and 3 keys. Interior is MINT no rips no tears and looks like new. Everything works in the car lights, gauges, radio, seats, windows, locks, a/c blows ice cold, etc… Non Smoker.

Mechanically, this Benz is in perfect condition and runs and drives great. It has very healthy and very strong 5.6L 8-Cyl. motor and a automatic transmission that shifts perfect. The car has always been serviced at authorized Mercedes Benz dealership and really is fun to drive. This car is very clean under the hood and really shows how its previous owner took excellent care of it. Documented service history all performed by the local dealer. ALL SERVICE RECORDS! All completed by the Mercedes Benz dealer!!

This car is ready to go! The car is in excellent condition inside and out. The exterior of this 560SL is stunning in Blue Green Metallic with Ivory leather interior and is in excellent condition. This car is extremely rare being a fully documented car with its original window sticker and in this kind of condition. Here is your chance to own one of the nicest 560SL’s on the market today.

There’s a solid amount of bidding interest on this car, but the reserve has yet to be met. I’ve seen some ridiculously high prices for low mileage 560SL roadsters as of late. One dealer I am familiar with in Pennsylvania had red 1987 example with about 25,000 miles on offer for $32,000. Given this car is a year older and has higher mileage, I would say anything in the $17,000 to low $20,000 range would be reasonable. The blue green metallic paint is very period and is one of my favorite colors to be offered on these late model R107s. As they say, buy the best you can afford. With the condition and history of this particular SL, not much is left to the imagination.


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  1. You need to be “of a certain age” to be seen driving one of these. Usually the age starts with at list a 5.

  2. This car is light years better than the 300SL from last week. Personally, I’m not a fan of the color. But it is extremely “80s.”

    The pictures in bright sun look a bit funny on my computer screen. There appears to be a mismatch in the paint between the doors and the rear quarters. Nothing shows on the CarFax, so I’m guessing it’s just an illusion. Still, it’s worth checking.

    For those who aren’t “of a certain age,” that mysterious black box in the trunk is an old cell phone transceiver. I don’t know why they didn’t remove it because it looks like it has been disconnected and it’s probably obsolete by now.

    I just looked at an ’86 560SL with 108K and an asking price of $10,800. I thought he was a bit optimistic, but I have to admit I don’t really have a good feel for the R107 market boundaries. Should be interesting to watch.

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