This 1993 Mercedes-Benz 300GE 3.6 Brabus was previously listed on The MB Market with newly installed aftermarket parts and has since been returned to factory Brabus-specifications. It was originally ordered by and delivered to a “Company-Owned Sales and Service Outlet” in Hamburg, Germany and shows initial United States registration in Virginia in 2003. This W463 was imported in early 2003 to Williamsburg, Virginia and moved to Georgia in 2005 where it remained until 2019. The 300GE was purchased by the seller in October of 2020 and shows 94,877 kilometers (~58k miles). This W463 is finished in Bornite Pearl Metallic (8481) over an Anthracite Leather (831) interior and has received more than $15k in recent preventative maintenance from Blue Ridge MB in Atlanta, Georgia. Features include a dual-speed transfer case, disc brakes, power windows and sunroof, air conditioning, and a new Continental head unit. This W463 has been upgraded by Brabus with the 3.6L engine conversion, gauge cluster, Brabus-stamped front bumper, exhaust, two-piece Brabus Monoblock IV wheels, rear tire cover, and steering wheel. This Brabus G-Wagen is now offered with factory literature, two keys, recent service records, an OEM front sunshade, and a clean Georgia title.
The 300GE 3.6 is finished in original Bornite Pearl Metallic (8481) and features original Brabus styling on the bumpers, grille, fender badges, exhaust tips, and spare tire cover. Additional external features include a front OEM brush guard, updated rear LED tail lamps, a power sunroof, and new window tint on all sides. All glass is original and close ups can be seen in the gallery.
Period-correct 2-piece Brabus Monoblock IV wheels measure 18x8.5” on all four corners and wear Yokohama Geolandar A/T-S tires. Disc brakes are tucked behind the wheels.
The cabin is upholstered in Anthracite Leather (831) with original Brabus floor mats trimmed in Grey leather piping. Burl Walnut veneer adorns the center console while the door cards, steering wheel, shift knob, and armrests are trimmed in Anthracite leather. Features include a Brabus steering wheel, a new Continental TR7412 head unit with Bluetooth capability, air conditioning, power windows, and factory preheater controls. The cargo area features two folding jump seats along with an OEM roll-up cargo net and all weather load mat.
The Brabus-stamped leather steering wheel frames a Brabus speedometer, a 7k-rpm tachometer, and additional analog gauges for oil pressure, coolant temperature, and fuel level. An analog clock is set at the bottom of the tachomete and the odometer currently reads 94,877 kilometers.
The original M103 straight-six engine has been increased to 3.6-liters of discplacement and Brabus claimed approximately 300 horsepower and 270 lb-ft of torque when new. Power is sent to all four wheels via a four-speed (722.5) automatic transmission. This W463 retains functional locking differentials and recent maintenance in 2021 includes the following:
This Brabus G-Wagen is now offered with factory literature, two keys, recent records, an OEM front sunshade, and a clean Georgia title.
We love when cars come back to us. In the case of this 300GE 3.6 Brabus, love might be an understatement. We’ve known this specific example for several years and have been able to not only track ownership but track maintenance with the current owner. To us, this is one of the perfect answers to the vintage SUV craze, with old-school ladder frame construction, iconic G-Wagon styling, and enough street cred to make performance nuts and off-road enthusiasts shake hands. To top it off, this is one of the rarest G-Wagons on the market and bound to deliver years of enjoyment to the next owner.
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