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Mercedes-Benz SL-Class 1999

The Mercedes-Benz R129 vehicles were created from 1989 through 2003. They were sold under the SL-Class model names. The R129 supplanted the R107 SL-Class in 1989. 
The 1989 Mercedes SL base model was the 228 hp (170 kW) 3.0 L inline 6 300SL variant. Be that as it may, it was the 322 hp (240 kW) 500SL (with a 5.0 L V8 motor) which made the most features. 
Determination was high, with electric activity for the windows, mirrors, seats and hood. 
1994 saw a facelift for the SL, and the 300SL was supplanted in Europe by the SL280 and SL320 (with 2.8 L and 3.2 L I6 motors). The SL500 proceeded with the equivalent amazing motor. A 389 hp (290 kW) 6.0 L V12 SL600 bested the range in 1993. 

The SL320 supplanted the 300SL in the United States in 1995, however the SL280 was not advertised. The 6-chamber SLs were dropped from the US lineup in 1998, leaving only the V8 and V12. The SL500 got another 302 hp (225 kW) 5.0 L V8 for 1999. 
The amazingly uncommon SL73 AMG was sold through AMG in 1995, and offered the most remarkable V12 motor at any point put into a SL up to that time. After a short rest, the SL73 was offered again from 1998 to 2001. The equivalent 7.3 L V12 was later utilized by Pagani in the Zonda. 

The SL60 AMG was incredibly uncommon. Sold through AMG from 1996 to 1998, it utilized a 6.0 liter V8 motor creating somewhere in the range of 381bhp and 384bhp. AMG asserted a 0-62mph (100kph) speed of 5.8 seconds. Its top speed was constrained to 155 mph, however with the limiter expelled, it was prepared to do roughly 185 mph. AMG later unofficialy conceded that 0-60mph was progressively similar to 5.0 seconds and the motor delivered between 405-410bhp. 
The SL55 AMG was sold through AMG in the R129 bodystyle from 1998 to 2001 in constrained amount. It was the antecedent of the creation R230 SL55 AMG sold today. 
Just around 300 vehicles in the SL-class were tweaked by AMG before the 2003 model year.