Mercedes Benz took its flagship Type 300 model to the next level when they introduced the 300SC to the market in 1955. The 1956 Mercedes Benz 300SC (and other year models) offered a higher compression engine and direct Bosch mechanical fuel injection, as well as a far superior hydrovac power brake system. While very few cosmetic changes were made, the 300SC has a stronger cowl and solid chrome plat bumpers, although those buyers not familiar with the models can miss these changes. In total, Mercedes built 49 Cabriolet models, 53 Roadster models, and 99 Coupe models, for a total production run of just 200 vehicles. It is estimated that approximately 20 percent of these cars not longer exist. When deciding to purchase a 1956 Mercedes 300SC, a good Buyer's Tip is to remember the cost of potential parts associated with restoration. Although Mercedes Benz themselves offer new-old-stock components to many classic autos, these can be limited and expensive.
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