1985 Mercedes-Benz 500SEL for sale! Motorcar Classics is proud to
present this beautifully preserved 1985 Mercedes 500SEL, Mercedes
flagship sedan of its day. The car is finished in Blue-Black
Metallic over Palomino leather, and features include an electric
sliding sunroof, cruise control, and automatic climate control.
Power comes from a 5.0-liter M117 V8 mated to a four-speed
automatic transmission. The interior features Palomino leather
seating with color-matched door panels and carpets, along with burl
walnut accents along the center console and dash. Amenities include
the factory original Becker Mexico Grand Prix radio, heated power
front seats with memory, and heated power-adjustable rear seats.
The 500SEL is powered by Mercedes 5.0-liter M117 V8 mated to a
four-speed automatic transmission, and the car is serviced
up-to-date. Factory 14 #8243; alloy wheels are mounted with Pirelli
205/70 P77 tires. Four-wheel disc brakes with ABS are fitted at
each corner. This stunning 500SEL comes to us from an owner who
cherished it for 32 years. The paint is unblemished original, and
the interior, leather and wood are in superb condition. These W126
S-Class sedans are unmatched in terms of engineering and structural
integrity. With only 30,546 miles, the car is just broken in.
Everything works properly and the car is a delight on the road. We
have not seen its equal in recent years.
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