The Mercedes-Benz 300 SEL 6.3 was a full-sized luxury performance car built by the German Manufacturer from 1968 to 1972. It featured the company’s infamous 6.3L V8 engine from the flagship 600 limousine. The end result was a nearly 2-ton sports sedan with muscle car performance, making it one of the world’s fastest four-door cars at the time of its release.
This was officially the first car to get an AMG engine back when AMG was an independent company, separate to Mercedes-Benz, igniting the fire for future performance models. The 300SEL also went racing in the iconic 24-hour of Spa back in 1971, with an astonishing result winning it’s class and having achieved second place overall, claiming a legendary status and the title of the ‘Red Pig’. This resulted in an overnight rise to stardom for the AMG brand, ultimately bringing them together with Mercedes-Benz.
We are pleased to offer a completely original example that is clean and presented very well. It has covered some 46275km showing on the clock, and this is also a left-hand drive model.
Interesting trade-in’s will be considered.
Location – Cape Town
Jeremy : 083 459 9043
Antony : 074 456 4672
Landline : 021 200 5774