The 190SL utilized several of the functions of the 300SL like its independent rear suspension yet rather than being built on a light area framework, the 190 was improved a reduced sedan system. In place of the fuel infused six-cylinder was a carbureted four-banger breathing via twin Solex carburetors. The auto driving characteristics were even more of a boulevardier compared to a sports car, though it did look quite showing off as it shared a number of styling signs with the 300SL. It also shared that cars and truck's peerless construct high quality. Because of this, 190SLs are almost as difficult as well as costly to restore as the more valuable 300SL. Worths of late have actually made it much less of a labor-of-love proposal to recover one, however, still, the very best method is to buy a done vehicle as the expenses of even the most minor upgrades and reconditioning could rise rapidly.
1961 Mercedes 190SL SpecsBody Designs
- 2dr Exchangeable
- 2dr Hardtop Sports Car
4-cyl. 1897cc/120hp 2x2bbl Solex
Suppress Weight: 2557 pounds.
Automobile Length: 168.9 in.
Wheel Base: 94.5 in.
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