1980 Mercedes Benz 200 Series: Owner bought this vehicle from the
original owner in St Petersbrugh Florida 4 years ago and shipped it
to New York. She had ordered/imported this vehicle brand new, this
model was not manufactured in the USA and is extremely rare. It
only had 50,000 miles on it when current owner purchased it 4 years
ago. The car has been garaged in Manhattan and driven as a
weekender car since then. Owner has only put an additional 11,000
miles on it. This car has only broken down once in the last 4
years, which was a broken fuel line and the car was back on the
road in 3 hours, this car is a beast. It has been serviced
regularly at a German Auto mechanic in New York. Exterior and
engine - This vehicle is A1. It just passed vehicle inspection
again so it has a new sticker until Nov 2020. Interior - has wear
in-line with a vehicle of this age. You can see sun damage on the
rear upholstery, and the plastic has become brittle and cracked
which covers the first aid kit on the rear shelf. Owner stil has
the plastic and first aid kit however it looks better without.
There is wear on the front drivers seat from use. There are cracks
on the dash that is standard with W123 mercedes of this age.
Plastic has become brittle around the air/heat dials. Everything is
original apart from an after market CD/Stereo with Aux. input. The
car also comes with the original stereo if you would like to
re-install that. The original speakers work great. Owner also
installed air conditioning that blows very cold. This car comes
with original user manuals included. This is an extremely rare
vehicle, and the last of the true Mercedes. Please Note The
Following **Vehicle Location is at our clients home and Not In
Cadillac, Michigan. **We do have a showroom with about 25 cars that
is by appointment only **Please Call First and talk to one of our
reps at 231-468-2809 EXT 1 **
1984 Mercedes-Benz 280CE
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