1958 Mercedes-Benz 300SL Roadster Chassis: # 8500325 Engine: # 8500329 Mercedes-Benz introduced a Roadster version of the 300SL at the 1957 Geneva Motor Show. It effectively replaced the “Gullwing” coupe which was retired that year. At $11,000, it was more expensive than the outgoing coupe and it benefited from a host of upgrades. Mercedes-Benz described […]Read More →
Keno brothers, Leigh and Leslie, known to most from their many years as appraisers on the PBS Emmy Award winning ‘Antiques Roadshow’ program held their first collector car auction in New York on Thursday, November 19, 2015. This 1955 Mercedes 300 SL Gullwing in Strawberry Red Metallic was a no sale at a high bid […]Read More →
Hagerty Reports: Ex-Cunningham 1954 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL added to National Historic Vehicle Register!
Hagerty Classic Car Insurance reported today that the Ex-Briggs Cunningham Mercedes 300SL has been added to the National Historic Vehicle Register. What is the Historic Vehicle Association (HVA) you ask? According to the HVA website, “with over 375,000 members, the HVA is the world’s largest historic vehicle owners’ organization. The HVA was founded in 2009 […]Read More →