The Best of Amelia Island 2015


Sold for $1,100,000 on March 14, 2015

175 bhp, 2,996 cc overhead-cam fuel-injected
inline six-cylinder engine with Bosch mechanical
fuel injection, four-speed manual transmission,
independent front suspension with coil springs,
rear swing axles with coil springs, and four-wheel
hydraulic drum brakes. Wheelbase: 114.25 in.

One of only 49 built
An exceptional, authentic, award-winning restoration
Formerly owned by James Patterson
Well-documented, including correspondence
     from previous owners
One of the very finest to be found

1956 Mercedes-Benz 300 Sc Cabriolet
The 300 Sc is highly desirable and considered by many to be the “ultimate” 300. It was introduced in 1955 with a 300 SL engine that had Bosch mechanical fuel injection, and was good for a factory-rated 175 horsepower, although the actual figure was nearer 200. The car also featured a new “low-pivot” swing axle rear suspension, which was yet another feature that had been developed and perfected on the 300 SL. The combination of the 300’s advanced oval tubular chassis, suspension, and powerful engine produced a powerful grand tourer, one that was ideal for long-distance travel throughout Europe.