1962 ivory with brown interior 190SL Mercedes Benz, also known as a pagoda. The 190SL was in production from the years of 1955 to 1963 with a total production number of 25,881. First being seen at the New York Auto Show in February of 1954, the vehicle was made because of Max Hoffman’s view of the 300SL. Hoffman claimed Mercedes Benz needed a sports car that was smaller and cheaper than the 300SL, the normal American could not afford a 300SL.
Engine: 4 Cylinder Inline Engine
Transmission: 4-Speed Manual
“The 190SL as the role model for future roadsters”- Mercedes Benz