1966 Mercedes-Benz 230 SL Pagode
The W113 is a two-seater convertible from Mercedes-Benz, which was presented at the Geneva Motor Show in March 1963. It was supposed to replace the 190 SL and 300 SL at the same time. Because of its additionally inwardly curved hardtop, it was nicknamed the Pagoda. The W113 was built in the versions 230 SL (1963–1967), 250 SL (1967) and 280 SL (1968–1971), optionally with manual or automatic transmission.
This Mercedes-Benz 230 SL Pagoda was delivered new on October 11, 1966. The car was ordered in the color combination DB670 light ivory with MB-Tex black.
the Mercedes-Benz 230 SL Pagode has the desirable 4-speed manual transmission and servo steering. The scope of delivery includes a hard top in black paint.
The car is in great, well-kept original condition and still has its first original engine ex-factory. Ten years ago we were looking for a top Mercedes-Benz Pagode for a very good customer and we found and recommended him this here shown Pagoda. One of the most beautiful and original Mercedes-Benz 230 SL that have passed through our hands all the years.
In addition to the hardtop, the scope of delivery also includes an original sales brochure and an original spare parts catalogue.