Mercedes-Benz has been dominating the luxury automobile industry for a while now. While the Unimog and the G-Class are the two most-selling models, there is a model of theirs which made Mercedes-Benz known for its robustness and legendary build. The model is none other than the Mercedes-Benz E-Class, which was the successor of the legendary W123 models. The E-Class was first marketed in 1993 but was introduced in 1984 as the Mercedes-Benz W124. Up for grabs is a rare 1991 Mercedes-Benz 300CE Sportline with 111,000 miles on the odometer, which is almost nothing compared to the model's capability of doing 1,000,000 miles without breaking a sweat.
Over 2.6 million 124 variants were built, but only 141,498 Mercedes-Benz 300CE coupes were built. This 1991 Mercedes-Benz 300CE Sportline is bedecked in a sultry maroon finish that turns to blood red during the night. With its angular and sporty design, the 300CE was built to stand out from the rest of the 124s. The front features a hood that flows into the grille itself, thus giving it a distinctive T shape. The grille hosts the large Mercedes-Benz roundel in chrome and more chrome trimmings. The front bumper features a black impact protector, while lower, you'll see a front splitter with integrated fog lights. The rear is bereft of any ornamentation apart from the Mercedes-Benz roundel. It sits on a set of classic OEM alloy wheels with the Mercedes-Benz roundel on the center caps. The interior features a black-on-black finish with black leather seats. The seats are equipped with heating as well. The car comes with a power sunroof as well. The dash and center console are embedded with a wood grain finish or a touch of class. The seller reports that the original CD player and speakers are in place, along with a more Kenwood player. The seller reports that the original Mercedes-Benz tool kit, the original untouched first aid kit along with the wiring diagram, and two keys. A note to the buyer, the odometer is in kilometers.
The 1991 Mercedes-Benz 300CE Sportline features a 3.0L naturally aspirated straight-six engine that produces 217hp and sends the power to the rear wheels via the 5-speed automatic transmission. The Sportline addition to the 300CE adds in sport shocks and springs, larger anti-sway bars, and faster turning-ratio steering.
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