This 1995 Mercedes-Benz SL600 AMG began as a Japanese domestic market example and was imported to the United States from Japan in 2021 and subsequently titled in Montana. The car was used by Lando Norris in parade laps for the Miami GP and photos have been provided. It is finished in Brilliant Silver Metallic (744) over Anthracite (571) leather with a Black fabric soft top. Power is provided by a 6.0-liter M120 V12 paired to a four-speed automatic transmission driving the rear wheels. Factory options and features include self-leveling suspension (SLS), Adaptive Damping System (ADS), heated seats, automatic climate control, power-folding mirrors, driver and passenger airbags, extended wood veneer in the cabin, and a leather wrapped dashboard and door cards. Authentic AMG modifications made while the car was in Japan include a complete first generation AMG body kit consisting of sculpted ground effects with forward fog lamps and a three-piece “ducktail” spoiler showing a single-piece AMG badge at the rear, an AMG muffler showing stamped tips, and staggered O.Z. AMG Aero III wheels. Most recently the car received a comprehensive fluid flush and multi-point inspection. More than $18k was spent with RENNtech recently on a comprehensive service and checkup including the steering box, suspension accumulators, various sensors, shifter bushings, spark plugs, various wiring and harnesses, a new SLS control valave, and more. Records have been included. This R129 currently shows just 9,398 kilometers (~5,839 miles) on the digital odometer and is now being offered by the selling dealer in Miami, Florida with two key fobs, manufacturer’s literature, a clean Carfax report, and a clean Florida title.
The car is finished in Brilliant Silver Metallic (744) with the first generation AMG body kit showing authenthic AMG stamps and matching paint. An original Black soft top is shown and noted to be in near perfect condition with no fading, no snags, and no wear marks. The rear plastic windows on the soft top are noted to be transparent. Exterior features include factory Euro glass headlamps with wipers, side marker lights on the fenders, a power antenna, and a “Yanase” decal at the rear. Detailed photos of the body panels and exterior features are viewable in the gallery.
Staggered O.Z. Aero III wheels are mounted and show paint-matched faces with polished lips. The wheels measure 17x8.5” up front and 17x10” in the rear with tire sizes noted as 245/45 and 275/35 respectively. The tires mounted are Continental Extreme Contacts and show 2022 date codes.
The cabin features heated power-adjustable seats upholstered in Anthracite (571) Leather with deviated stitching and extended AMG burl wood accents on the doors, shifter, armrest, center console, and steering wheel. Amenities include a deployable roll bar, automatic climate control, cruise control, an original Becker head unit, and power folding side mirrors. The ash tray cover features an AMG Germany logo. Little to no wear is noted in the cabin of the car across the leather seats, doors, and dashboard. Some cracking in the veneer on the center console is noted by the seller along with a sticky cassette door. Detailed photos of the cabin can be seen in the gallery.
The four-spoke wood and leather-wrapped steering wheel fronts an AMG 300km/h speedometer, 7k-rpm tachometer, an analog clock, and gauges for coolant temperature, oil pressure, fuel economy, and fuel level. The six-digit digital odometer shows 9,398 kilometers (~5,839 miles).
The 6.0-liter M120 V12 was factory rated at 389 horsepower and 420 lb-ft of torque. The engine and drivetrain is noted to be stock and well maintained but records were not sent with the car at the time of importation. The car has received a thorough inspection prior to auction and most recently a comprehensive fluid flush. More than $18k was spent with RENNtech recently on a comprehensive service and checkup including the steering box, suspension accumulators, various sensors, shifter bushings, spark plugs, various wiring and harnesses, a new SLS control valave, and more. records are included in the gallery.
This SL600 AMG currently shows just 9,398 kilometers (~5,839 miles) on the digital odometer and is now offered by the selling dealer in Miami, Florida with two key fobs, manufacturer’s literature, a clean Carfax report, and a clean Florida title.
The R129 is quickly growing in popularity in the classic car market as the next SL to own. As the focus has now turned to some of the 90's Sacco-era designs, enthusiasts and collectors are on the hunt for clean R129s and at the top of those lists are low mileage, V12-powered cars just like this one. Moreover, when these desirable examples feature period-correct AMG modifications like this, they immediately become future blue-chip options for collectors and investors. The AMG body kit and O.Z. wheels are worth more than many cars altogether and nearly impossible to find today. It's also important to note the mileage of this R129 is premium collector grade. As predictions for R129 values are set to significantly rise in the coming years, now is the time to get your hands on this timeless classic.
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