In the cabin, the leather has been conditioned and remains free from any tears, showing only minimal creasing on the driver seat bolster. The woodgrain remains rich in color with no cracking although the slider on the center console does show some of the wood slats beginning to lift on the edges (pictures included in the gallery). A new headliner has been installed on the hardtop due to sagging which is a common issue with Benzes from this era.
Undercarriage photos are provided as well with no signs of any corrosion at all.
The R129 has been steadily increasing in value over the last couple of years. Low mileage 600's seem to be leading that charge although all models are benefiting from the trend. This generation of SL is already revered as a modern and future classic. We've yet to see the real spike in values for these cars. While the R129 was produced in large production numbers, we've now reached an age where the vast majority of these cars have met the end of their road or the remaining survivors have higher mileage. The V12 models were by far the least produced with a little over 11k world wide and roughly 1,100 for 1995. This SL600 brings the best of everything together in one stunning package. It's low mileage, well-maintained, in a great color combination, and has the benefit of being outfitted with rare, period correct AMG parts. We doubt there will be many SL's quite like this to be offered on the open market.
Asking price was set at $37,900 and the car is now sold.
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