Hemmels is delighted to present what is, perhaps, the least driven 300SL Roadster in existence. Hidden for over four decades, the odometer shows just 14,558 miles on this iconic classic, yet its unique pedigree does not stop there. This model is one of only 249 examples built in 1960, and was originally finished in the rare and very sophisticated colour of Blaugrau (Blue Grey), code DB166G, though has spent most of its life in Silver as shown. Surely this is an unmissable and exciting opportunity to acquire one of the very last unrestored, “barn find” 300SL Roadsters on the planet. Destined to be featured at the epitome of Concors d’Elegance events for evermore, Hemmels strongly advises registering immediate interest in order to secure this rare and unique classic motorcar. Contact Hemmels for a full dossier on this exceptional opportunity.
Hidden for 40 years and ready for the Hemmels Neugeboren Restoration Process
Clients may take immense reassurance when acquiring a motorcar from the Hemmels Vault. Every example undergoes an exhaustive provenance verification in addition to an uncompromising inspection and servicing from our world-renowned technicians.
Hand-selected from the most exclusive collections, each motorcar is available for delivery to most countries, fully warranted and ready to be enjoyed as a driveable classic or displayed as an objet d'arte.