The exterior is finished in Polar White (149) and features contrasting lower body cladding, V12 badges on the quarter panels and an S600 badge mounted on the trunk lid. Exterior equipment includes a power tilt/slide glass sunroof, remote central locking, heated and power-operated door mirrors, pop-up reversing guides, headlamp wiper/washers, an automatic antenna, an electrically-heated rear window and fog lamps front and rear. No signs of rust or body damage are present on the vehicle.
18” Lorinser D93 five-spoke wheels are finished in chrome and come fitted with Michelin Pilot Sport A/S tires measuring 255/45 on all four corners. The date codes on the tires are from 2003. No signs of damage or curb rash are present on the wheels.
The cabin is finished in Black Leather (261) with matching black carpets, black floor mats and Burl Walnut wood trim which lines the center console, dashboard and door panels. The wood trim shows no signs of cracking or fading. Both front seats are heated and power-operated with pneumatic lumbar adjustment and driver-side memory. Interior features include dual-zone automatic climate control, automatic belt presenters, power windows front and rear, a power adjustable rear view mirror, cruise control, an 11-speaker Bose audio system and an Alpine head unit.
The leather-wrapped steering wheel frames a 240-km/h speedometer along with a 7k-rpm tachometer, an analog clock and gauges for fuel level, economy, coolant temperature and oil pressure. Below the cluster sits a row of warning lights with a digital outside temperature sensor. The digital odometer currently shows just under 60k Km (~37k miles) with 4k Km added by the current owner in the past two years of ownership.
This pillarless coupe is powered by a 5.0-liter M119 V8 which produces 315 horsepower and 345 lb-ft of torque. Power is sent to the rear wheels through a four-speed automatic transmission. The seller reports that an engine oil and oil filter change was performed in 2022.
This 1994 Mercedes-Benz S500 coupe is now offered for sale by the current owner in Fairburn, Georgia with partial service history, a clean Georgia title in the seller’s name.
Driving and underbody videos have been provided by the seller below.
On the brink of the auto industry migrating away from high displacement and naturally aspirated power plants, the M119 V8-powered Mercedes from the 90’s remain flagships against even the newest iteration of the S-Class and other modern luxury options. This example was imported from Japan to the states making it a true JDM car with associated instrumentation. In addition, the low mileage and condition makes this example incredibly attractive sporting handsome Lorinser wheels finished in chrome. For a collector looking to acquire a C140 with a unique story and low miles, this example is certainly hard to pass up.
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