1967, Mercedes 230 SL Pagoda W113


1967, Mercedes 230 SL Pagoda W113

Location: Bologna (Italy) | Bologna Classic Cars



Mileage 104.000 km

Owners 4

Engine original M 129 III, inline 6-cylinder of 2496cc, 110kW

Transmission original, manual, 4 speed

Color Bianco, upholstery in burgundy leather seats.

Price upon request



The car was initially delivered and registered in Italy in January 1967, after it was exported Netherlands where it remained few years.Then it was imported to Spain, where it remained until 2022 .The vehicle has belonged for more than 20 years to a member of “Club Motor Classic Cologne“ as indicated by the listing on the Classic Calonge’s website under the vehicles section of club members. For more detailed information about the car’s club involvement and its historical significance, visiting the Classic Calonge club’s official webpage http://www.classiccalonge.cat would provide in-depth insights a. In 2006, this Pagoda clinched the first place at the prestigious Trobada de Vehicles Classics Calonge – Sant Antoni, a testament to its refinement and timeless beauty. The accolade is a recognition of its excellence and the judges’ appreciation for its originality and attention to detail. In 2007, the Pagoda secured a wonderful second place in the same competition.
This particular model boasts an elegant white body that harmoniously blends with its luxurious burgundy leather interiors.It features both the original hardtop ordered directly from Mercedes in 1967 and a brown soft top. It has a four speed manual transmission
The vehicle comes with an original Becker radio. The Becker radio is a classic icon in the vintage car world, known for its classic design and high-quality sound. The vehicle been evaluated by DEKRA, an independent organization specializing in the certification of used vehicles, and has received a really good rating for its mechanical condition. Additionally, the car recently underwent a comprehensive service to ensure peak performance and reliability. The service included thorough checks on all essential vehicle components, including the engine, transmission system, suspension, electrical systems, and brakes. Oil and air filters were replaced, engine oil was changed, and fluid levels were checked and updated according to the manufacturer’s specifications.
One of the most common issue on the W113 is rust these vehicles are particularly vulnerable to corrosion in several areas. Severe rust can compromise the structural integrity of the car, necessitating extensive and costly restoration efforts. This “Pagoda” has been kept in dry, warm climates and away from salt exposure and is completely rust free.


Full serviced, vehicle ready for driving




Documents with a comprehensive description of the car ,about its history and maintenance records