Selling Your Mercedes 190 SL
If you are considering selling Mercedes 190 SL cars, look no further! The team at AlexManos.com wants to buy your car. Specializing in the purchase and sale of classic European and American cars, if you are looking to sell 190SL Mercedes or any model, contact them today!
The development of the 1955 Mercedes 190 SL came about as a way to give everyday consumers a version of the more powerful Mercedes-Benz 300SL. First introduced as a prototype at the 1954 New York Auto Show, the 190SL was introduced as a grand touring convertible with a removable hardtop and continued production until February of 1963. Although the 190SL was structurally similar to the 180 sedans, it had a number of important differences. Among those differences, it had a new 1.9L four-cylinder engine, known as the M121. One of the most distinctive styling features of both the Mercedes 190 SL and the 300SL was the fender “eyebrows” above the wheelhouses, which on later cars are often chromed. Mercedes called these “splash shields.”
What is the Mercedes 190 SL Worth These Days?
Putting a value on a Mercedes 190SL can be quite difficult. There are a variety of factors to take into consideration including the age, number of cars produced, quality and desire among others. Today, the Mercedes 190SL is highly sought-after and desired among many car enthusiasts across the globe. It may be time to consider selling yours! If you are considering selling Mercedes 190 SL cars, contact Alex Manos and his team today. They are always on the lookout for unique and desired classic European and American cars including Mercedes-Benz 300SL Gullwing, 300SL Roadster, 300S Convertibles and 300 Coupes, 500, 540K, 280SE, 250SE Coupes and Convertibles, 220A Cabriolets and Coupes, 190SL, 230SL, 250SL, 280SL, 450SL, all 300 Series Coupes, Convertibles and Sedans, and any classic or antique Mercedes of any condition.
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