The Mercedes-Benz 190 SL was offered as a convertible from 1955 to 1963 (optionally also available with a coupe roof).
The number 190 in the sales designation stands for the displacement measured in centiliters, the additional designation SL is short for “Sport Leicht”.
The car was only available with a 1.9-liter gasoline engine. This was an independent development (M 121 B II) and developed 77 kW / 105 PS.
The look of the 190 SL was to come close to its “big brother”, the 300 SL gullwing. The engine outputs were, however, somewhat lower (77 kW compared to 158 kW).
That is why Daimler-Benz called the 190 SL a “touring sports car” in its brochures.
The car offered by us shines in a fantastically beautiful color combination in light blue with an interior in beige.
After being imported from the USA, the car was completely restored in Germany over several years in all individual parts and completed in 2015.
The entire restoration was recorded very well in photo documentation and recorded on two CDs.
The three-seater version of the Mercedes-Benz 190 SL is very rare. The third seat is positioned in such a way that the rear passenger sits sideways and can therefore make optimal use of the space – honestly, to be able to sit comfortably here you should be a child or young adult.
Otherwise, dogs or luggage, such as bags or jackets, can also find space here.
In the client’s order. Changes and errors excepted.