One of the most graceful and elegant classic autos of the post-World War II era, the styling of the 1958 Mercedes Benz 300SC was both beautiful and modern for its time. Built to exacting standards with an unparalleled quality of craftsmanship, the Mercedes 300SC models were constructed using the latest technology and top-of-the-line materials to produce a sport-luxury car that was light for its size, yet with a high degree of strength. From its debut in 1951, the Mercedes Type 300 line had always been a car reserved for well-heeled customers often movie stars of the time, government officials, world leaders, and prominent businessmen, but with the release of the 300SC in 1955, Mercedes Benz took it to a whole new level.
Mercedes raised the bar with the 1958 Mercedes Benz 300SC by offering an inline-six, fuel-injected engine that delivered the driver more than 173 horsepower. Visually, the 300SC was nearly identically to its 300S W188 I predecessor with a few small changes. The 1958 Mercedes 300SC offered a pair of chrome strips on either side of the hood and also had a stronger cowl. Additionally, chrome plate bumpers on the 300SC featured the word einspritzmotor, denoting that the car was fuel-injected. Whether you're just starting your search of have had your eye on a particular 1958 Mercedes model for years, the team at The Beverly Hills Car Club is excited to assist you in purchasing the car of your dreams. They welcome you to take a look at their current inventory to learn more about what they have available, and encourage you to contact them should you not see what you are looking for. They are always able to assist in finding specific cars.
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