What is a 1955 Gullwing Mercedes worth?

What is a 1955 Gullwing Mercedes worth?

$4.62 million
A 1955 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Alloy Gullwing sold for $4.2 million dollars which cost a total of $4.62 million after auction fees were taken into account. This represents a record selling price for the iconic classic car.

How many 1955 Mercedes 300SL Gullwings are left?

Because of this massive markup, only 29 models were ever built and sold to the general public, thus making it one of the rarest Mercedes-Benz’s available today.

What was the first year of the Mercedes Gullwing?

1954 – 1957: Sports car of the century goes into series production. The success story continued in 1954 with the 300 SL “Gullwing”, a coupé that turned the heads of sports car enthusiasts with its unique design and extraordinary power.

How many 300SL gullwing are there?

1400 Gull
Derived from the all-conquering racing cars of 1952, the production model of the 300 SL was introduced to the public on February 6, 1954 at the New York International Automobile Show. A total of 1400 Gull Wing coupes were built during the period 1954 to 1957, 29 of which featured all aluminum bodies.

What engine does the 300SL have?

Engine. The Mercedes-Benz M198 engine is a water-cooled 3.0 L, 182.8 cu in, 2,996 cc overhead cam straight six. Like the racing Mercedes-Benz M194, the 300 SL borrowed the basic two-valves-per-cylinder M186 engine from the regular four-door 300 (W186 “Adenauer”) luxury touring car introduced in 1951.

Which Mercedes-Benz has gullwing doors?

Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG
Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG: Glamour and gullwing doors. Mercedes-Benz goes back to the future for its gull-wing door-equipped supercar, the SLS AMG.

Which Mercedes most expensive?

Mercedes-Maybach GLS 600 is the most expensive Mercedes you can buy. With the base model coming in at a whopping $160,500, this is by far the most expensive Mercedes you can buy.

Who owns a 300 SLR?

Rudolf Uhlenhaut
Since the 300 SLR Coupe never went racing, Mercedes-Benz head of motorsport, Rudolf Uhlenhaut kept one as his own personal company car. The Mercedes-Benz 300 SLR is best known as the roofless roadster that dominated road racing of the 1950s….We wish there were more.

Category Classics Supercars
Make Mercedes-Benz

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