During 1955, the Mercedes Benz 300S would be replaced with the 300SC, which offered a fuel injected inline-six engine that could offer more than 173 horsepower. The 300SC also gave buyers a new low-pivot independent suspension that made an already comfortable ride, even more comfortable. Cosmetically, the 1955 Mercedes Benz 300SC Roadster, Cabriolet, and Coupe models were quite similar to their predecessors, yet chrome strips were added to either side of the hood and the word einspritzmotor would be visible on the bumper to denote its fuel injection. Another small detail that can distinguish a 300SC from the previous 300S models is a non-removable transmission cover on the 300SC. One of the most sought-after classic cars in the market today, only 200 Mercedes 300SC models would roll off the production line between 1955 and 1958; only 49 units would be Roadsters. If you're thinking about buying a 1955 Mercedes Benz 300SC Roadster, or any model year and body style, the team at The Beverly Hills Car Club would be delighted to help you find the one you desire.
With only 49 models ever produced, it is often important for buyers to keep their eyes and mind open to other model-years in order to find the classic in the condition they require. Generally speaking, there were not obvious changes from the start of production in 1955 to the end of production in 1958, so purchasing a 1955 Mercedes Benz 300SC Roadster is virtually the same and buying the 1956, 1957 or 1958 model year. When exploring cars to purchase, you do not need to be overly concerned with rust, although it is always advisable to have the car inspected by a qualified third-party professional. You will want to ensure, however, that you find a model that is as complete as your budget can afford. Parts for the Mercedes 300SC are quite difficult and expensive to find, particularly the chrome trim. Any metal work will have to be completely done by hand to achieve the curvature of this luxurious automobile. For more Buyers Tips like these for the 1955 300SC or any European or American classic, The Beverly Hills Car Club encourages you to contact them today.
Having worked in the classic car industry for years, The Beverly Hills Car Club has a worldwide reputation for being a fair and honest California classic car dealership that has helped countless clients find the classics they've always desired. When you're ready to explore the 1955 Mercedes Benz 300SC Roadster models currently available to you, they invite you to browse their online inventory at your leisure. Questions? Connect with their team today. They look forward to hearing from you and welcome the opportunity to earn your trust and business. They are standing by to take your call.
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