Evaluation: Good paint with some minor blemishes. Good interior with slight sagging to the upholstery and some dirt on the outer bolsters. Top shows slight fading with wear marks from the frame rubbing against it. Engine compartment nicely detailed but somewhat aged, and the air box is cracked and paint chipped. Chrome is fair with some hazing on the rear bumper. Trim around front windshield is marred. Tires appear to be new. Looks to have been restored a while ago, but represented with a drivetrain rebuild completed last fall.
Bottom Line: From 2013 to 2015, the 190SL skyrocketed in value, with some fresh restorations bringing over 200 grand. They’ve been sliding ever since, and although their decline isn’t as dramatic as their rise, it’s still significant. This result therefore seems behind the times, an amount of money that could have bought a fresher car.