The Mercedes-Benz SL-Class W198 300 SL Coupe of 1955 was a vehicle that possessed all the qualities of a classic roadster. With its iconic gullwing doors and two-seater coupe configuration, the W198 300 SL embodied a timeless elegance. The smooth, short-wheelbase design was perfectly suited to negotiate narrow roads and winding mountain passes. The exterior styling of the 300 SL was sleek and dynamic, with a curved body that was gently tapered towards the rear. It featured a large, chrome-edged grille flanked by quad headlights and two chrome side-mount spare tires. The hood contained an air intake that fed the 3.0 liter, straight-6 engine mounted in the engine bay, which produced 215 horsepower and maximum torque of 217lb-ft. Inside the cabin, the W198 300 SL was luxurious yet functional. It featured supportive seats, opulent leather trim, and a well-thought-out dashboard and instrumentation. The innovative "Peel-Away" steering wheel allowed the driver to access the switchgear seamlessly without having to reposition their hands. Also of note were the chrome and wood trim accents throughout the cabin, adding an extra layer of sophistication to the iconic roadster. The SL-Class W198 300 SL Coupe of 1955 was undoubtedly an automotive classic. With its combination of sporty styling, powerful engine, and sumptuous interior, it was a vehicle that established the benchmarks for future SL's to follow.
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