1988 Mercedes-Benz 500 560 SL RWD Automatic


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Designed specifically for the U.S. market, the larger-engine 560SL debuted for the 1986 model year and supplanted the 380SL in Mercedes-Benz's lineup of R107 sports roadsters. This 1988 Mercedes-Benz 560SL convertible comes from the midpoint of the model's life cycle and is one of 11,531 similar cars built that year. The 560SL was powered by Mercedes-Benz's M117 SOHC V8, which displaced 5,547 cubic centimeters. With a compression ratio of 9.0:1, the engine received its fuel mixture via Bosch CIS-E fuel injection and was rated by the manufacturer at 227 horsepower when new. The Arctic White paint is free of scratches, chips and swirls. Both tops are reported to be in great shape, with the body seals described as effective at preventing leaks. The selling dealer states that there is no rust on the car at all. The bodywork appears to be free of scrapes and other visible imperfections. All trim looks to be present, undamaged and in good overall condition.

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