Classic Car Sales
Looking for that one special Mercedes-Benz? The Classic Center is here to help.
Making the vehicle of your dreams a stunning reality.
The Mercedes-Benz Classic Center is the more recent and older classics that bear the Mercedes-Benz Classic seal of quality. With an ever-changing range of legendary models in inventory, from the 300 SL “Gullwing” to Young Classics such as the 560 SL, you may just find the classic car you’ve always wanted.
1958 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Roadster (W198)
This 300 SL Roadster is a one-owner, matching numbers car with just 32,000 miles. It was acquired by Mercedes-Benz Classic from the original owner’s family in 2018. Delivered to Oregon in 1957, it comes with full documentation, including all owner’s manuals and vehicle history. The car was repainted in the 1960s and shows mild patina. The blue leather interior and roadster canvas top remain completely original.
1886 Benz Patent-Motorwagen Replica
On January 29th, 1886, Carl Benz patented the first automobile — the three wheeled Patent-Motorcar. Later in the same year, just 60 miles away, Gottlieb Daimler patented an internal-combustion engine and began with the construction of a four-wheeled horseless carriage. This Replica can easily be made operational and offers a unique experience of the earliest days of motoring.
1938 Mercedes-Benz 230 Cabriolet B (W143)
This 230 Cabriolet B presents in a beautiful bone and tan two-tone with burgundy leather interior configuration, chosen from the available 1937 factory color palette. The car is accompanied by the very detailed and comprehensive documentation that includes the original Bill of Sale and cover letter from 1938, an original license plate, “Der Deutsche Automobil-Club” (D.D.A.C.) radiator badge, a Loibl Pass radiator badge – a testament of the car’s journey through the Austrian Alps into Slovenia, original fitted luggage, an original repair manual, a mostly complete tool kit, original purchase literature and tags, original wheel rims, and a radiator cover. Numerous photographs from the car’s pre- and postwar life have also been kept with the car, along with 1938-vintage California license plates, touch-up paint, and a custom car cover.
2001 Mercedes-Benz SL 600 (R129)
This 2001 SL 600 has never been titled and it still retains its MSO (Manufacturer’s Statement of Origin) documentation which we as a manufacturer provide to our new car dealerships to title a car to its first owner. It presents in incredible condition with a mere 427 miles from new and is ready for its first owner.
2002 Mercedes-Benz SL 500 “Silver Arrow” (R129)
The vehicle featured here has never been titled and it still retains its MSO (Manufacturer’s Statement of Origin) documentation which we as a manufacturer provide to our new car dealerships to title a car to its first owner. It presents in incredible condition with a mere 142 miles from new and is ready for its first owner.