This particular model still uses the standard 2.6-liter straight-six, but the vehicle holds a special place in the hearts of its owners. “I had it for 26 years,” he recalls. It also has Brabus suspension that makes the baby Benz even better in corners, and period-accurate monobloc wheels from German tuners. Inside, there are Brabus steering wheels, his Zebrano wood trim that has been lightened, and racy pedals.
In another barn, the C124 and E500 Limited stand side by side proudly. The slim coupe has a twin-turbo engine, but the latter piqued our interest. Limited, built only in the final year of production, Porsche super sedanUnique touches include lowered suspension, Birdseye Maple wood trim and 17″ Evo alloy.
If you are interested in old Benz, this video is worth watching. Among German beauties, you may even find some American and British classics.
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