The Mercedes-Benz 190 SL W 121 B II is a sports car from the Daimler-Benz company, which from 1955 to 1963 was also available as a roadster with a removable roof or like heaps. According to the later designation of the SL models with the abbreviation R, which stands for roadster. The body of the 190 SL was aerodynamically designed after the 300 SL gullwing model. Many stylistic elements were adopted from the "big brother" 300 SL. The body of the 190 SL was made of sheet steel, the bonnet, trunk lid, sills and door trim were made of aluminium.
The interior of the 190 SL is luxuriously equipped. If you want to take a third person with you, you can install a separate transverse seat in the back and remove it again in just a few minutes
simple steps. The 190 SL is currently one of the most desirable classic cars on the vintage market, with prices rising sharply.
In the last ten years, market prices have almost doubled. Perfectly restored examples cost up to 350,000 euros.