The Mercedes-Benz 250 SL is the second iteration of the W113 body style, more popularly known as the 'Pagoda' coupe, because of the unique shape of its roof line. The car is quite advanced for its era, having four-wheel disc brakes, all-independent suspension, and a 2-5liter, SOHC, mechanically fuel injected, six-cylinder engine. This example is equipped with a ZF four-speed automatic transmission, removable hardtop and hidden soft top. The 250 SL is the rarest of the W113-bodied cars, having been built only in 1967 and early 1968. Its predecessor, the 230 SL, had a slightly larger engine and improved steering. This was one of the most popular cars that Mercedes-Benz ever built, and is extremely popular with collectors.