1999 Mercedes-benz Sl-class on 2040-cars
Raleigh, North Carolina, United States
Hi, I have a 1999 Mercedes SL500, R129 roadster that I would love to put in anew home! I am moving to a new area, and I just won't have the garage spaceto keep this, and my primary vehicle. I am sad to see it go because it is inpristine condition! This car only has 79,638 miles! Everything is stock on thiscar, and in great condition. You would be hard pressed to find a car in thisgreat condition and with this low of mileage. This car has a rare original greenpaint, as well as rare OEM 5-spoke wheels. Nothing can compare to that Mercedesquality interior, or the strong linear acceleration from the 5.0 L V8 and smoothshifting of the five-speed automatic transmission. It's so nice to be ableto take the hard top off and take a drive in open air. The blower motor regularand steering column tilt switch have just been replaced. The tires on thevehicle are nearly new as well, would not have to have them replaced any timesoon! I have a notebook full of all service records I have had with thisvehicle. I am the second owner, and was responsible for the last ~8,000 miles onthis car. Has been garage-kept. I was religious with it's and the original owner is a family friend, so I can assure you ofthe great care this car has lived with. Please message me with any questions youmay have, or if you would like to see additional pictures!
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