The car is finished in Black (040) with gray lower cladding, and the recent Carfax shows no history of accidents or other damage. Window tint has been applied to the side and rear windows as shown in the gallery. Additional features include headlight wipers, a painted sunroof with tilt function, and clear front corner lights. The seller reports that a repaint in the original Black (040) color was completed in 2017 due to clear coat failure on the top surfaces.
There’s something unmistakably striking about the 124 chassis coupe. Despite having been out of production for nearly 30 years, the pillarless design by legend Bruno Sacco still turns heads against its much more expensive and flashier progeny. The proportions on this manageable, daily-drivable 6-cylinder coupe make it just the right size for everyday enjoyment or occasional off-map outings. This example wears the right paint color – and when coupled with the OEM chrome alloys – perfectly looks the part for your 90s Mercedes street dreams. As an added bonus, this car comes with an additional set of staggered Lorinser wheels which have become increasingly rare to find. With fresh paint in 2017 and a healthy list of recent maintenance items addressed, this example is a perfect piece to buy, drive, enjoy and look great doing so. No pretense here: this is a timeless classic that will leave you looking larger than your budget-friendly buy-in price.
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