1987 Mercedes-Benz 560SL - Diamond Blue Metallic - Recent service & documented!

Price: US $21,800.00 Item location: Indianapolis, Indiana, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Mercedes-Benz
  • Model: 500-Series
  • SubModel: 560SL
  • Type: --
  • Trim: 560SL
  • Year: 1987
  • Mileage: 51711
  • VIN: WDBBA48D3HA060850
  • Color: Blue
  • Engine size: 8 Cylinder Engine 5.6L/339
  • Power options: --
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: 2dr Roadster 560SL
  • Interior color: Blue
  • Options: --
  • Vehicle Title: Clean
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1987 Mercedes-Benz 500-Series 560SL

YEAR: 1987
VIN: WDBBA48D3HA060850
MILES: 51,711
HORSEPOWER: 227 @ 4,750
TORQUE: 279 LB-FT @ 3,250
Vehicle comes with two key fobs, owner's manuals, maintenance booklet, original stamped metal owners plate, original pre-delivery inspection, original vehicle registration card from 1992, and a clean Carfax vehicle history report.
1987 Mercedes 560 SL
When thinking of iconic sports cars throughout the decades, the Porsche 911, Corvette, BMW M3, Nissan Z, and Jaguar E-Type come to mind. If you were to take a poll on the top 10 most iconic sports cars of all time, you’d also find the Mercedes-Benz SL on many lists. Introduced in 1954 as Mercedes’s entry into the booming state-side sports car market, the SL was intended to be a toned-down version of their 300 SLR racecar. The original 300 SL wasn’t only a spectacular grand-touring car to drive, it also was stunning to look at especially with its signature Gullwing doors. A few years later, a roadster version was unveiled along with its little brother, the 190 SL. After the first generation of SL cars came to a close in 1963, the car had made a massive impact and was here to stay.
Fast-forward to 1971, and Mercedes reveals the third generation SL, the R107. This new SL came with striking sharp bodylines, more powerful engines, and enhanced comfort amenities. The R107 SL Roadster provided the ultimate grand touring experience with elegant styling, silky smooth power, and a tight but comfortable handling package. As the thrid generation SL progressed, the car continued to improve in all areas. 15 years into the R107 production, Mercedes introduces the final and best version yet, the 560 SL. Built from 1986 until 1989, the 560 SL was a fitting send-off to one of Mercedes longest standing and most successful models of all time. a 5.6-liter V8 producing 227 horsepower and 279 lb/ft of torque, the 560 SL moved down the road at a brisk pace. Add a gorgeous color combination of Diamond Blue Metallic of Blue leather, this car checks all of the right boxes.
It is believed the vehicle was originally driven by the owner of the selling dealer and delivered to it's second owner in 1992 with 12k miles. Paint work is clean and and doesn't show signs of any accident history also reported by the clean Carfax vehicle history report. The vehicle has remained in Indiana since 1992 and has been primarily serviced at Walter's Auto Imports in Lafayette, IN. and comes with two key fobs, owners manuals, maintenance booklet, original stamped metal owners plate, original pre-delivery inspection, and vehicle registration card from 1992.
September 1992 – 12,799 miles - Owner acquired the 560SL
October 1992 – 14,388 miles - University Motors
· Power steering fluid leak – replaced large plug
September 1993 – 20,062 miles - Mike Raisor Imports - $95.03
· 22,500 service
· Lubrication service and inspection
· Renew brake fluid
· Tighten left valve cover bolts
September 1994 – 21,787 miles - Mike Raisor Imports - $120.80
· Rotate and balance tires
· Check tire leak
· Oil and filter change
April 1996 – Sears Automotive - $99.99
· New battery
October 1996 – 28,156 miles – Gary Pratt University Motors - $183.55
· Oil and filter service
· Replace front brake pads
December 1998 – 32,338 miles - Gary Pratt University Motors - $144.80
· Oil and filter service
· Detail
December 2001 – 34,865 miles – Sears Automotive - $481.88
· New tires
January 2002 – 36,287 miles – Better Cars Service Center - $530.22
· Replaced all V-belts
· Bleed and flush brakes
· Replaced fuel filter
· Replace spark plugs
· Flushed power steering fluid
· Oil and filter change
· Replaced air filter
· Replaced air filter for air pump
· Replaced fuel filter
January 2005 – Aloha Auto Repair - $388.82
· Valve cover gaskets
· New Hirschmann antennae
May 2006 – 42,000 miles – Lyons Alignment & Auto Repair - $558.09
· New plug wires
· Oil and filter change
· Repair sway bar
April 2012 – Walters Auto Imports - $2,585.88
· Remove and install radiator shroud and fan
· Replace water pump
· Replace all 5 belts
· Replace thermostat upper and lower
· Replace radiator hoses
· Oil and filter change
· Engine tune up
· Check and replace all plugs
· Check and replace air and fuel filters
· Check and replace front and rear brake pads and sensors
· Detail car
February 2013 – Interstate Battery - $150.82
· New battery
August 2020 - $203.45
- New battery
Vehicle has been properly detailed in anticipation of sale and was recently inspected and serviced by The Car Vault with the following services being completed:
September 2020 - The Car Vault - $1,448.13
- Vehicle inspection
- New A/C vacuum switch
- Charged A/C system
- Heater control panel and controls fixed
- Oil and filter change
- New fuses for brake lights and dash lights
- Cruise control does not function
- Wear to drivers seat and color fading
- Steering wheel shows wear
- Soft top in poor condition
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