This 1986 Mercedes-Benz 190E 2.3-16 has been built to resemble the EVO II cars raced by German tuner Carlsson. Only 100 of these vehicles were produced with few of them available on the market today or ever. Powered by a 2.3-liter 16-valve inline-four coupled with a Getrag dogleg 5-speed manual, the car is equipped with a limited-slip differential. Records for maintenance from the previous owners are included along with importation documents, original owners manuals, and stamped service logbook. The car was painted in the current scheme after the Evo II style body kit was installed. The passenger-side rear door has a small crack in the finish where it meets the body kit, and the front grille also has a small crack near the hood latch release. Inside, the cabin is equipped with factory Recaro bucket seats along with a Carlsson steering wheel and shift knob. The seller reports the upholstery has a small tear on the driver seat and shows some wear. The 2.3-liter 16-valve inline-four was developed by Cosworth, and European versions produced 185 hp when new. The previous owner added a new stainless steel exhaust, battery, fresh transmission and differential oil, and changed the engine oil. The seller serviced the car in February 2017 in preparation for sale with a fuel filter, spark plugs, new alternator, and all fluids were changed.The original books include the owners manual and a maintenance booklet with stamps from service while in Europe. The receipt for the muffler, service records from the seller, and all customs and importation paperwork also come with the car. This vehicle was last serviced in February 2017 with a new fuel pump, alternator, plugs, and fluid change at a cost of over $1k. For more information about this vehicle and attractive financing options, please call our experienced sales team at 1-800-730-MOTOR.