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Selling future classic Mercedes-Benz SL - where should I sell?

I have owned a mineral green SL 280 Mercedes from new, with hard top, in very good condition registered in 2000 with 72,000 miles on the clock. I am thinking of selling it and wonder what it is worth and what is the best way to sell it?

Asked on 18 August 2016 by Rodney

Answered by Honest John
Which series of SL? W113 ('Pagodas'), R107 ('Ribsiders') or R129 ('Slabsiders')? Very roughly, W113s are £40k - £120k; R107s are £5k to £50k; R129s are £3k to £20k.
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