This fully restored 1956 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Coupé in rare anthracite gray metallic paint combined with beige leather interior was first delivered via Mercedes-Benz Paris, France on 13th November 1956 and later handed over to it’s first owner.
The special equipment ex works included a special upholstery, sealed-beam headlamps with separate parking lights, tires with white wall, Radio Becker Le Mans with Reims adapter, automatic antenna and a windscreen washer system. Later, the coupe was owned by a Belgian and then for 29 years in the Netherlands. In 2012, a comprehensive restoration with work on body, frame, paint, interior, and engine has been carried out. In the course of this work, the bumpers were also removed to make the SL appear even sportier. Of course, these are available and can be reinstalled on request at any time. We are handing over this coveted matching numbers 300 SL Coupé Ready for approval and with new HK-ENGINEERING delivery inspection.
Report by hk-engineering.de