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1966 MERCEDES 230SL PAGODA

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Wyjątkowo dobrze zachowany oraz udokumentowany egzemplarz pagody w wersji 230SL w automacie.

Bez korozji, w pełni kompletna wraz z hardtopem. Import z Texasu. Ostatni właściciel od 1994 roku.

Wszystkie oryginalne dokumenty, instrukcje, mapy, stert rachunków etc. Lakier nie jest oryginalny, fabrycznie był Dunkelgrun.

Datenkarte do wglądu dla konkretnie zainteresowanych.

Oświadczenie właściciela z 1994 roku o oryginalnym przebiegu 14 tys. mil. Wysokie prawdopodobieństwo, że obecny przebieg 15 tys mil jest oryginalnym.

Samochód sprawny i jeżdżący w 100% .

Proszę nie proponować zamian, tylko sprzedaż.

Samochód znajduje się w Polsce.

Ten samochód oraz wiele innych do zobaczenia na żywo w Nadarzynie na Warsaw Oldtimer Show 11-12 maja. Zapraszamy

1966 Mercedes-Benz 230SL Pagoda (W113) #2102 Midnight Blue with Cream Leather *SOLD*

About This Car

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Specification

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A classic car offers a world of opportunities – it is an invitation to explore the open road and share life-affirming experiences with like-minded individuals.

Where will your Mercedes-Benz take you?

Bulkhead Corrosion

Although the R107 is renowned for build quality, there is one chink in the armour – the bulkhead. Many cars that present well from the outside are hiding internal rust. Water from outside the car should drain out through specially designed channels, but over time, these become blocked forcing water inside the car. Once water has breached the blower motor cover in front of the windscreen, it slowly wreaks havoc from inside out. This delicate area did not have rust protection from the factory, and as the metal deteriorates it the water ingress can lead to faulty electrics, damp carpets and musty smells inside the cabin.

All our cars come with a 36 month bulkhead warranty.

SLSHOP Unique 2 & 3 year warranty

At the SLSHOP, not only do we know what an SL is capable of but we believe in the cars we sell.

We want our customers to have the confidence to get out and use these iconic classics, to enjoy them for trips at home and abroad.

That’s why we offer a 2 year ‘no quibble’ mechanical warranty with each car sold, as well as a 3 year bulkhead warranty.

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We believe in the capabilities of these classic cars, and want our customers to get out and use them. Welcome to Experience from The SLSHOP, aimed at helping you get more out of your classic Mercedes-Benz. We offer a number of trips, tours and events in the UK and abroad. See you there!

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1966 mercedes-benz 230sl

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History of the 1963-1971 Mercedes-Benz 230SL

With production of both the 300SL and 190SL cars coming to an end in 1963, Mercedes-Benz needed a new car to carry the SL (Sehr Leicht, very light) torch. And while the previous cars immortalized the SL moniker, the 230SL was more a spiritual successor to those cars than a direct descendent.

Mercedes debuted the 230SL (designated W113 internally) at the Geneva Auto Show in March 1963, to great acclaim. Exterior styling was a departure for Mercedes, which had until that point relied on rounded, even bulbous curves to characterize its automobiles. But the 230SL bordered on square, pulled off through the use of clean, elegant lines, intelligent placement of the wheels in proportion to the rest of the design, and a tall, «pagoda» removable hard top that allowed for ease of ingress and egress.

The 230 utilized a monocoque chassis borrowed from the 220 series sedan, with front suspension courtesy of coils and wishbones, while the rear incorporated a single-pivot swing axle and transverse springs set up to compensate for camber. Girling disc brakes stopped the front wheels, and power-assisted drums worked the rear.

Also borrowed from the 220 series was its overhead-cam inline-6, now bored out to 2.3 liters. Bosch fuel injection was incorporated as well, and horsepower on the new sport tourer was rated at 148, a significant boost over the underpowered 190SL. A 4-speed manual transmission was standard, though a new 4-speed automatic transmission was optional, a first for Mercedes sports tourers of this nature.

Cabin refinement set the 230SL apart from the competition, with acres of leather, plush, supportive seats, big, readable gauges, Blaupunkt radios, and a quality of craftsmanship throughout, including the soft top, which disappeared easily and unobtrusively when not in use.

The 230SL was an unqualified success, with sales topping even the best sales year for the 190SL. This was in some measure due to the car’s genuine ability to perform. Top speed was rated at about 125, and handling was described as neutral, with light, balanced steering, even at the limit. And while they were not originally intended as competition cars, the sturdy, reliable 230 made a suitable and quite successful rally machine, including a famous win in the grueling Spa-Sofia-Liege Rally.

The 230SL would remain in production until early 1967, with nearly 20,000 models built, at which point it was succeeded first by the 250SL and then the 280SL. Ultimately, these “pagoda” SLs would become regarded as one of the finest cars to come from the Stuttgart firm, with timeless, graceful styling, spirited performance and handling, and build quality and reliability second to none.

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1966 mercedes-benz 230sl Info

  • Body Styles
  • 2dr Convertible
  • 2dr Coupe
  • Engine Types
  • 6-cyl. 2308cc/170hp Bosch FI
  • Additional Info
  • Curb Weight: 2855 lbs.
  • Length: 169 in.
  • Wheel Base: 94.5 in.

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Manufacturer: Mercedes-Benz
Model: 230SL
Year: 1966
Type:Sports/Convertible
Doors:2
Color:Green
Mileage:68,000
Engine:2,500
Transmission:Automatic
Drive side:Left-hand drive
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1966 Mercedes 230SL Pagoda for sale

Production of the 230 SL commenced in June 1963 and ended on 5 January 1967 with 19. 31 produced. Its chassis was based on the W 111 saloon platform. with a reduced wheelbase of 11. 8 in. recirculating ball steering. double wishbone front suspension with an independent single-joint. low-pivot swing rear-axle with transverse compensator spring. The dual-circuit brake system had front disc brakes and power-assisted rear drum brakes. The 230 SL was offered with a 4-speed manual transmission. or an optional. very responsive fluid coupled (no torque converter) 4-speed automatic transmission. From May 1966. the ZF S5-20 5-speed manual transmission was available as an additional option.

The 2. 08 cc M127. II inline-six engine with 150 hp and 145 lb·ft torque was based on Mercedes-Benz’ venerable M180 inline-six with four main bearings and mechanical Bosch multi-port fuel injection. Mercedes-Benz made a number of modifications to boost its power. including increasing displacement from 2. 97 cc (2. 2 L). and using a completely new cylinder head with a higher compression ratio. enlarged valves and a modified camshaft. A fuel injection pump with six plungers instead of two was fitted. An optional oil-water heat exchanger was also available.

This car was imported from Miami in January 2016. The car is in very good condition. with Factory Power Steering and comes complete with its original Hardtop. It has been fitted with the later alloy wheels rather than steel ones. but the original wheel trims to fit steel wheels are with the car.

The car is mechanically good. and will be driven to the sale. The car sometime in its life has had the 4 cylinder 230 engine removed. and the superior 6 cylinder 250 engine fitted. The paintwork is very good. and the hardtop is also in very good condition. The original interior is said to be in good condition. as is the hood. The vendor says the car drives very well.

A rare opportunity to buy a really good example of the iconic Pagoda SL.

Guide price £30. 00 to £35. 00
Please contact Barons Auctions on 023 8066 8409. nbsp; or visit www. barons-auctions. com for further information.

1966 Mercedes 230SL Pagoda (European Specification)
Rare manual, 3 seats configuration

Engine: 2300cc

Transmission: manual

Steering: LHD (left Hand Drive)

Mileage: 50.437 miles / 80.700 KM

Colour: White (non-metallic)

Interior: Red leather

Seller: Drive Classics on behalf of a client

Price: £94,995

ABOUT THE CAR

The Mercedes W113 ‘Pagoda’ was always glamorous and expensive (twice as much as a 4.2 E-type in period), with John Lennon and Charlton Heston among star owners in period. John Travolta, David Coulthard, Jason Orange and Kate Moss have added more recent flair to the model.

The motorcar offered by us comes in an extremely attractive Papyrus White paint work and perfectly complimenting red leather seats and matching red carpet as well as the red soft top. This collector owned Pagoda also comes with side-facing ‘jump seat’ making it a rare three-seater automobile. The hard top that comes with the car is a perfect solution for the British winter months. The dashboard full of chrome is fitted with period correct Blaupunkt radio receiver. In terms of modern equipment, the car has been fitted with the latest technology alarm system with immobiliser and central locking for the peace of mind.

Originally constructed for European market in 1966 in left hand drive configuration with desirable manual transmission the Pagoda currently shows only 80.700 KM (approx. 50k miles). Due to the fact the car although offered for sale it is still being used and hence the milage unlikely but can insignificantly go up.

Imported to the UK in late 2013 and registered in 2014 the Pagoda undergone a full restoration which to this day results in a car that is enjoyed with no worries for any potential major restoration costs. Mechanically the car has benefitted from a service and a clutch replacement.

We had the pleasure of driving this beautiful Mercedes Pagoda and can only confirm that it drives as well as it looks. This is an extremely well-presented example with only two previous UK owners and matching numbers. This Pagoda is a fantastic opportunity for the next custodian to acquire and enjoy an impeccable iconic automobile.

MODEL HISTORY

The Mercedes-Benz W 113 is a two-seat roadster/coupé, introduced at the 1963 Geneva Motor Show, and produced from 1963 through 1971. It replaced both the 300 SL (W 198) and the 190 SL (W 121 BII). Of the 48,912 W 113 SLs produced, 19,440 were sold in the US.

The W 113 SL was developed under the auspices of Mercedes-Benz Technical Director Fritz Nallinger, Chief Engineer Rudolf Uhlenhaut and Head of Styling Friedrich Geiger. The lead designers were Paul Bracq and Béla Barényi, who created its patented, slightly concave hardtop, which inspired the “Pagoda” nickname.

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All models were equipped with an inline six-cylinder engine with multi-port fuel injection. The bonnet, boot lid, door skins and tonneau cover were made of aluminium to reduce weight. The comparatively short and wide chassis, combined with an excellent suspension, powerful brakes and radial tires gave the W 113 superb handling for its time. The styling of the front, with its characteristic upright Bosch “fishbowl” headlights and simple chrome grille, dominated by the large three-pointed star in the nose panel, paid homage to the 300 SL roadster.

W 113 SLs were typically configured as a “Coupe/Roadster” with a soft-top and an optional removable hardtop. A 2+2 was introduced with the 250 SL “California Coupe,” which had a fold-down rear bench seat instead of the soft-top.

230 SL

Production of the 230 SL commenced in June 1963 and ended on 5 January 1967. Its chassis was based on the W 111 sedan platform, with a reduced wheelbase by 30 cm (11.8 in), recirculating ball steering (with optional power steering), double wishbone front suspension and an independent single-joint, low-pivot swing rear-axle with transverse compensator spring. The dual-circuit brake system had front disc brakes and power-assisted rear drum brakes. The 230 SL was offered with a 4-speed manual transmission, or an optional, very responsive fluid coupled (no torque converter) 4-speed automatic transmission, which was popular for US models. From May 1966, the ZF S5-20 5-speed manual transmission was available as an additional option, which was particularly popular in Italy. Of the 19,831 230 SLs produced, less than a quarter were sold in the US.

The 2,308 cc (2.3 L) M127.II inline-six engine with 150 PS (110 kW; 148 hp) and 196 N⋅m (145 lb⋅ft) torque was based on Mercedes-Benz’ M180 inline-six with four main bearings and mechanical Bosch multi-port fuel injection. Mercedes-Benz made a number of modifications to boost its power, including increasing displacement from 2,197 cc (2.2 L), and using a completely new cylinder head with a higher compression ratio (9.3 vs. 8.7), enlarged valves and a modified camshaft. A fuel injection pump with six plungers instead of two was fitted, which allowed placing the nozzles in the cylinder head and “shooting” the fuel through the intake manifold and open valves directly into the combustion chambers. An optional oil-water heat exchanger was also available.

Mercedes-Benz Chief Engineer Rudolf Uhlenhaut demonstrated the capabilities of the 230 SL on the tight three-quarter mile Annemasse Vétraz-Monthoux racetrack in 1963, where he put up a best lap time of 47.5 seconds vs. 47.3 seconds by Grand Prix driver Mike Parkes on his 3-liter V12 Ferrari 250 GT.

A brief chronology of the most notable changes made to the 230 SL:

  • 10/1963: First 230 SL with automatic transmission.
  • 09/1964: Spare tire well removed; tire mounted horizontally.
  • 11/1964: Optional tinted/thermal glass and new soft-top with steel bows (distinguished by missing chrome trim on the outer trailing edge).
  • 04/1964: US models with radio Becker Europa TR instead of Europa TG.
  • 08/1965: Some harmonization with newW 108/W 109 sedans, incl. new floor panels, combined brake and clutch fluid reservoir, boot light and interior changes.
  • 03/1966: Mounts for three-point seat belts added.
  • 05/1966: OptionalZF 5-speed manual transmission; rare and now very desirable.

Named after the shape of its roof.

The characteristic form of the removable Coupé roof with its inwardly pointing curvature additionally improves passive safety: the concave form ensures greater stability at a lesser weight. Because the Coupé roof, designed by Paul Bracq, is reminiscent of the curved roofs of Far Eastern temples it didn’t take long for the new SL to receive the nickname “Pagoda”.

Under the direction of the designer Friedrich Geiger, a modern vehicle was designed which had clear and distinctive lines – it is the cult vehicle for fans of open-top driving and additionally a worthy successor for the two successful previous SL 300 and 190 series.

«In all the years I have been driving, I cannot remember ever driving a car that I would have liked to own more (except for racing cars!)». (Sir Stirling Moss in a letter to the racing director Alfred Neubauer.)

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Mercedes-Benz 230 SL 1966

The history

Mercedes Benz SL 230 Classic car is very known as a sports car with genes from the luxury segment, with safe and comfortable driving. His nickname Pagoda alludes to the Far East with exotic Asian note from the warmer climes. In March 1963 when Mercedes Benz 230 SL was present at the Geneva International Motor Show, it caused a sensation in the car industry. Internally known as W 113, the two-seater roadster unites a decadent delivery of power with an engaging elegance and is distinguished by outstanding comfort, excellent driving performance, and exemplary driving safety. The 230 SL is the first sports car worldwide with a safety body consisting of a rigid passenger cell and front and rear crumple zones and it was the first time that Béla Barényi’s knowledge of passive safety in vehicle bodies was implemented in a sports car by the safety-conscious Mercedes-Benz designers.

In March 1971, the production of the W 113 ended. The successor model series 107 with a completely new design replaced the technically and stylistically ground-breaking “Pagoda” and set new standards itself, such as having the first eight-cylinder engine in an SL. For the fans, however, the “Pagoda” remained the measure of all things – especially in the eyes of the owners that rolled off the production line in the years from 1963 to 1971.

The technical basis of the Roadster was the luxury 220 SE Saloon, better known as the “tailfin”. As the predecessor of today’s S-Class, it donated its shortened and strengthened frame floor assembly to the sports car as well as its front and rear suspension. Its engine also forms the basis for the development of the 150-hp M 127 straight six-cylinder engine, with which the new SL-series was launched on the market in 1963. The 230 SL quickly received a higher-capacity successor: at the end of 1966, the 250 SL replaced the 230 SL, which was followed by the 280 SL in 1968, the third and last variant of the W 113 to be released on the market. It featured the M 130 engine. All three SL model series were available as either a Roadster with a folding soft top or as a sports car with a removable Coupé roof. Alternatively, they were also available with both the removable Coupé roof and a Roadster soft top.

The 230 SL was impressive proof of the fact that sportiness and comfort were not necessarily mutually exclusive: while some celebrated the victory in the grueling Spa-Sofia-Liège long-distance rally, others delighted in the optional automatic transmission available for the first time in an SL.

Details about this car

It’s hard to stay indifferent to the timeless beauty of this Mercedes-Benz 230 SL well-known by its nickname Pagoda.

Anthracite grey finish over the brown leather interior and tinted glass make this Pagoda a very desirable example.

The car was first delivered to the USA in 1966 and has its matching-numbers engine.

Extensive nut-and-bolt restoration has been carried out and the restoration effort required for such a project was over 2500 working hours. As a result, there is a car perfect in every detail.

During the restoration process, the car was converted to EU specifications.

And for the new owner’s archive, there is photo documentation of more than 2000 photos, parts invoices in the amount of over 50.000,00 euro, and expertise by Classic Expert that comes with the car.

Equipped with a 4-speed manual gearbox, this 230 SL comes with a soft top and a hardtop to choose, and a Becker Europa TR radio.

Make your dreams come true and drive away in this classic from an era of glamour and elegance.

Mercedes-Benz W113 230-280SL: on the road

The 230’s M127 straight-six had a four-bearing crank, the 250-280 units seven-bearing. Engines get swapped with saloons, so check: 127.981 is a 230 engine; 129.982 a 250; and 130.983 a 280, stamped on the nearside of the block.

The body number on the VIN plate on the adjacent inner wing should also appear on the hood frame, hood cover, hardtop base and gearbox support

No more power was claimed for the 250 than the 230, but its useful band was much wider with a substantial torque boost.

Corrosion inhibitor in the coolant is vital to avoid the system silting up, causing overheating and head-gasket failure. Check the oil level, listen for rattles and, ideally, avoid stainless exhausts, which sound tinny compared to the M-B mild steel type.

Automatic suits 280s and 250s, and Mercedes’ four-speed manual transmission is a gem, though for competition and relaxed cruising the rare ZF five-speed is the ultimate and boosts value.

The fluid-flywheel, four-speed auto is no slower-accelerating than the manual – test for slipping or jerky changes and inspect the colour of the oil, which should be red, not black or brown. Power-assisted steering, which came with a quicker ratio, is a plus and commands a price premium.

Taller final drives can be fitted, but it is an expensive job and best suited to tuned 250/280 engines – it’s not a cheap unit to uprate, either.

Check that the heater and all the electrics work correctly, because issues are common and usually dear to sort.

Look as far as you can see inside the fuel filler for rust – tanks can corrode in cars that have stood for a long while; a repro item is £500.

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