1990 Mercedes-Benz 500K - 1934 Replica
*350 Chevrolet Iroc Engine - V8
*Power Steering & Brakes
*Mahogany MoMo Steering Wheel
This vehicle was factory built by Heritage, full frame on chassis, some documentation (manufacturing & other - binder in trunk)
From the aggressive front grill, chrome exhaust pipes and dramatic lines flowing to a satisfactory rear end, the design of these Mercedes roadsters is one of the great automotive designs of all time. It is only fitting that some 60 years after they were introduced these special cars are honored with replicas and reproductions.
This car is an example of a properly done tribute to a great automotive design. Fittingly this vehicle is not a kit car but was actually built at the Heritage Motor Cars factory in South Florida. The chassis is from a Camaro and features a Chevrolet 350 IROC V8 motor with a 4-barrell Carter carburetor to provide performance in keeping with the car's design. A dual exhaust delivers a sound also in line with the car's formidable look. Power steering, power brakes and an automatic transmission with floor mounted shift make this a very drivable motor.
The tan interior compliments the deep red body color. The bench seats are leather with wood trim on the dashboard and throughout the interior. The Momo steering wheel, in a rich mahogany, fits well with the feel of this unique car. As you would expect there is an AM/FM radio with cassette.
This 1990 convertible boasts only 15,500 miles on the odometer. Documentation from the manufacturer and other information about the car is included in a binder in the trunk.
Since Heritage is no longer producing these replicas, they have now become collectable in their own right.
Estimate: $24,000 - 27,000
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