Anyone who’s owned a Mercedes-Benz S-Class or its predecessors brand-new at the time will likely have been very impressed with their new purchase. While the S-Class badge came into play in 1972, the model’s heritage extends way back to 1954’s Ponton. Representing the pinnacle of Mercedes-Benz’ engineering and technology, new features typically debut on an S-Class before filtering down the range as time goes by. That’s why this 1989 Mercedes-Benz 560SEL is still a technical tour de force, and comes with many features that you’d recognize as being on 2022-model cars too. Bearing just 78,600 original miles, you also receive a car cover, and the original manual plus tools and jack with the purchase. And you know what? Save weekend drives, this is a car you could daily very nicely, even in 2022!