The Mercedes-Benz 300 Sc Roadster was a car model produced by Mercedes-Benz from 1955 to 1958. It was one of the 300Sc's two open-top models. A 3.0L inline 6 engine with fuel injection and 173 horsepower was installed in the vehicle.
There were just 200 produced, and the automobile could be distinguished by extra chrome decoration, including chrome-plated rims.
The 3.0-liter inline-six engine in the Mercedes-Benz 300 Sc Roadster is fuelled by three downdraft Solex carburetors. There were 150 horsepower available. The shifter for the four-speed manual transmission was located on the steering column.
Hermann Ahrens was in charge of designing the Mercedes-Benz 300 Sc Roadster. The wheelbase was 15 cm shorter than the sedan's. The vehicle has a large bonnet, short rear deck, and a sleek body. The vehicle has a large bonnet, short rear deck, and a sleek body.
This particular car is displayed in a vivid green over deep brown leather and displays signs of an older restoration. Between 1955 and 1958, Mercedes-Benz produced the 300 Sc Roadster. The W188 series' final model was this one.
Only 53 of the 1956 Mercedes-Benz 300 Sc Roadster were produced, making it one of the most exclusive vehicles ever produced by the manufacturer.