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Three 190e2.6 for sale
I have three 190e2.6 sedans for sale. The model years are 1989, 1993 and 1993. I am the second owner of each car. They have all deferred maintenance up to date and have been serviced beyond MB service recommendations. Everything works on the 1993’s as new. The 1989’s sunroof doesn’t work but seals and is watertight. The mileages are 188,000, 213,000 and 90,000, rsp. The colors are desert beige/chocolate, green/parchment and black/black, rsp. All have new Michelin tires. Excellent cars for everyday usage and many, many trouble free and enjoyable miles remain.
The prices are $8,000, $10,000 and $10,000.
Well cared for original condition California car.
Siena brown leather upholstery.
Runs well, passes smog with comfortable margins.
Four speed manual transmission.
Complete set of service manuals.
All service records.
Contact David Sears
Mercedes Convertible, 1928 SSK, Barn Find, Must Sell!
I am offering this car to members of the San Francisco Bay Mercedes Owners Club at a special price that reflects my long association with this remarkable group. This turned up when I was cleaning out my Grandfather’s horse barn and is in pretty good condition. It started right up and I just drove it outside to take these photos. Documents in the glove box indicate that the original owner was Barron Ruddick von Borztell, and there was also a note roughly translated from the German, “Payment in full for gambling debts and other assorted favors and services.” While our family always knew that our grandfather had served a tour of duty in Germany in the 1920’s we have no idea how he came across this car.
Anyway, it’s taking up too much space in our smaller garage, so if you are looking for a convertible, and can’t afford a new one, make an offer right away and it’s yours!