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Mercedes-Benz 350SLC w107 350 SLC 1972

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Karosserieform: Coupé
Türenzahl: 3
Getriebe: Automatik
Zylinderzahl: 8Informatie in het Nederlands

Deze auto is een rally auto met een FIA pas. De auto is origineel en in Nederland geleverd.

De productie startte in april 1971 en leverbaar was alleen de 350SL en 350SLC met 3.5 liter V8, elektronische brandstofinjectie (Bosch D-jetronic) en een handgeschakelde 4-gang of een 3-gang automatische transmissie als optie. De motor leverde een vermogen van 200 pk (5800 rpm) en een koppel van 286 Nm (4000 rpm). Er was ruimte voor twee volwassenen en twee kinderen (2+2). Het SLC model met gesloten carrosserie was in totaal 36 cm langer en had hierdoor vier volwaardige zitplaatsen.

Dieses Auto ist Original und war in Holland gelievert. Er hat nog APK (Hollandische TUV) bis 16 Januar 2017.

Die Produktion begann im April 1971 und den 350SL und 350SLC hatten beide ein 3,5-Liter-V8, elektronische Kraftstoffeinspritzung (Bosch D-Jetronic) und eine manuelle 4-Gang-A 3-Gang Automatikgetriebe als Option. Der Motor hat eine Fähigkeit von 200 Ps (5800 rpm) und einem Drehmoment von 286 Nm (4000 rpm).. Es war Platz für zwei Erwachsene und zwei Kinder (2 + 2). Die SLC-Modell mit geschlossenem Aufbau war Insgesamt 36 cm länger und vier vollwertige Sitzplätze haben. Dies ist ein Auto Rally-Auto mit FIA Karte.
This car is original and was delivered in the Netherlands. He has a APK (Dutch MOT) until 16 january 2017

Production started in April 1971 the 350SL and 350SLC both had a 3.5-liter V8, electronic fuel injection (Bosch D-Jetronic) and a manual 4-course or a 3-course automatic transmission as an option. The engine produced a power output of 200 hp (5800 rpm) and a torque of 286 Nm (4000 rpm). There was room for two adults and two children (2 + 2). The SLC model with closed bodywork was 36 cm longer and has four fully-fledged seats. This car is a rally car with a FIA card.

Meer informatie
Carrosserievorm: Coupé
Aantal deuren: 3
Transmissie: Automaat
Aantal cilinders: 8
BTW/marge: BTW niet verrekenbaar (margeregeling)

Zaterdags geopend van 09-13 uur, de rest van de week op afspraak.

Samstag 9-13 uhr geöffent rest der woche auf termin. Wir können auf Wunsch für Ihr Fahrzeuge den TÜV absolvieren, und ein H.gutachten erstellen.Wir sind 7km von die Deutsche grenze. Besichtigung nur nach Terminvereinbarung!

We are open on Saturday 9-13 hour, rest of the week on appointment. We can arrange German, or other papers for the car. We are located 7 km from the German border. Car can be seen_at appointment. We can also arrange transport for the car around the world.

Wir sprechen Deutsch, we speak English, en natuurlijk ook Nederlands.

1972 Mercedes-Benz 350SLC w107 350 SLC is listed for sale on ClassicDigest in Ettensestraat 19NL-7061 AA Terborg by POTOMAC CLASSICS B.V. for €11950.


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Car type : Car Make : Mercedes-Benz Model : 350SLC w107 Model Version : 350 SLC Engine size : 3.5 Model Year : 1972 Sub type : Coupé Location : Ettensestraat 19NL-7061 AA Terborg Vehicle Registration : Undefined

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