Description - Mercedes-Benz 280SL-560SL Roadsters by Chris Bass
This book gives you a "warts and all" introduction to what Mercedes-Benz 280-560SL or SLC are like to own, drive and maintain, plus a step-by-step guide to how to evaluate any example you might be considering. It includes 100 photos of what to look for - and what to avoid - plus a realistic assessment of running and restoration costs, as well as market values. This includes servicing and spare parts prices, and the relative values of the various models, specifications and vehicle conditions you are likely to encounter. Written by the editor of the Mercedes-Benz Club Gazette, it draws on the experiences of the late Roger Edwards a former Mercedes-Benz apprentice who spent his life working on and enjoying these cars, and includes input from Roger s colleagues, who continue to run his company, a leading source of expertise on Mercedes. The book also benefits from the author s 30 years of owning, restoring and enjoying old cars and his contacts in the world of Mercedes-Benz enthusiasts.
The latest in a series of buyer s guides published by Veloce, it uses a well-established evaluation system, developed to enable potential buyers to assess any car they view, and builds on all the lessons learned in the preparation of earlier titles. It is written in an easy to follow, jargon-free style and will equip you with all you need to know when buying a Mercedes whether you want to get your own hands dirty or just need to know what is necessary to supervise others working on your behalf. "
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(195mm x 139mm x 5mm)
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Book Reviews - Mercedes-Benz 280SL-560SL Roadsters by Chris Bass
Author Biography - Chris Bass
Chris Bass has been Editor of the Mercedes-Benz Club Gazette since 1997. In that time he has handled many restoration stories and articles about the Pagoda SL, which is one of the most popular models amongst the 10,000-plus members of the MB Club. Notable amongst these articles were those written by the late Roger Edwards, a club member and a leading authority on these cars who assisted with this book. As well as running a Mercedes of his own, Chris has restored and runs an Allard and a Triumph TR4A. His garage also includes a 1930 Crossley Silver and a Triumph Herald convertible.