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1968 Mercedes-Benz 280 SL Pagoda

Produced from 1963 - 1971, the Mercedes-Benz roadster coupe known as the Pagoda is an excellent example of the distinctive two seat roadsters of the era. This 1968 280 SL Pagoda features a matching-numbers engine along with a rarely seen in the US four-speed transmission that was totally disassembled and rebuilt. It's also been restored completely, using genuine Mercedes-Benz parts. The chrome and trim was replaced, along with the interior and its tan leather upholstery. As close to brand new as you'll find, and available at auction.

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