Whatever, If it is so valuable then the car will sell itself.
Hey, hey, hey, let's all play nicely, especially since I have a 500SLC to sell.
I have to tell you, it's fun to drive. Definitely not the 'royalty on wheels' feel of a proper W126 SEC or SEL. But it's light on its feet, easier to toss around, and mine is stupidly overpowered for the chassis and year of development so it's a riot to steer it with your right foot which only the highest horsepower W126's will allow.
I happen to like the look of the SLC too, and that you can put two semi-human people in the back. I think stretching the SL wheelbase and putting a fixed top on it had the potential to make it look like an AMC Pacer, but somehow it turned out looking OK in my humble opinion.
I've never driven a US-spec 450SLC, but pretty much same car except 3-speed trans instead of 4 and less horsepower. And this particular FS ad is just chock full of specific information, making me want to just throw my money at the seller and take that baby home!
Seriously, if you want to sell a car, look at your FS ad as if you were an interested buyer. Would YOU buy the car based on the ad your wrote? If not, go back and start over, and put in the information and photos you'd want to see if you were going to consider buying it. It's so easy, I just don't get why people don't do it to begin with and need the Classified Police(tm) to pull them over and write them a summons.
THREADJACK FOR INSTRUCTIONAL PURPOSES ONLY: Mine is a 1981 Euro import (all true 500SLC's were imported from Europe), has 72K miles, a bunch of AMG gear, roughly 295HP, and is a lot of fun to drive around. It's really grown on me, and I have a 1991 560SEC Euro with 62K miles to drive right now. When I go out, I take the SLC, but part of that is because I've owned 100+ SECs and SELs and only one SLC.
Cosmetically strong inside and out, mechanically fully sorted with lots of recent work to make it good enough to be a daily driver. No stories, engine strong, A/C cold, etc. Sure it's old and the windows can be slow at times, but it's incredibly solid for a 1981 car. CA, AZ and TX car for 28 years, so no rust or rot.