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Mercedes Benz 280sl Pagoda Taillight Left on 2040-parts.com

Location:

Madison, Mississippi, United States

Madison, Mississippi, United States
Condition:Used Placement on Vehicle:Left, Rear Country/Region of Manufacture:Germany Warranty:No

Left rear Taillight, complete, for Mercedes Benz 280SL from 1969, U.S. specifications

Everything works, the lens has one minor 8 mm vertical crack, see photo, the rubber seal (shown in photos) is intact

The chrome bezel has minor pitting, as shown in the photo

I decided to replace the complete/whole taillight for my car instead of just the chrome bezel and taillight lens

The chrome bezel could be rechromed, replaced by itself, or the complete taillight used as is for somebody who is not as "picky" as myself

Please note that this taillight is for a US MB 280SL from 1969. Other years and the Pagodas from Europe have slightly different taillights.

However, it might also fit the 230SL Pagoda and 250SL, 280SL Pagodas if their taillights had been modified, i.e. the electric system/bulbs adapted/accommodated

Please note: this is a complete taillight, meaning one could remove the present taillight from the respective Pagoda car and simply put this taillight including rubber !!! on it

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