Being a 2001 model, it’s also one of the last R129 cars ever built as the R230 debuted the same year. As you can see, the car is in practically new condition and has only been driven 427 miles since new. So, why hasn’t anyone driven this lovely SL? The car still carries its MSO (Manufacturer’s Statement of Origin) documentation, which is the form given to a dealership to title a car to its first owner.
This means you can be the first person to ever own this 2001 SL 600 for the price of $135,000. That might be $20,000 more than a brand-new SL 550 Roadster but we think this car is a future classic and well worth the investment.