2000 Mercedes-Benz E55 AMG

AMG models underwent an interesting adolescence when they were absorbed into Mercedes-Benz properly. At their birth they were the wild child, making bad boys out of unassuming Benzs by adorning them with spoilers, giant wheels and larger than life motors. But then there was a calming period when Mercedes started offering AMG wheels and body styling on basically every model, making the late 1990s and into 2000s hard to identify a true AMG from the run of the mill cars with big wheels. Since then, AMG has truly blossomed into a full-blown psychopathic anti-social Prius killing Frankenstein maker, but the cars of the early 2000s were more subtle and fly much lower on the radar. One of the best examples of this is the original E55 – a car outshone by both it’s father 500E/E500 and the ubiquitous M5. Consequently, a smart buyer can pick up one of these Autobahn masters for not much money. Today’s example is a perfect case in point:

Year: 2000
Model: E55 AMG
Engine: 5.4 liter V8
Transmission: 5-speed automatic
Mileage: 85,222 mi
Price: $10,900 Buy It Now

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I spent almost a year looking for the best, low mileage W210 E55 AMG I could find. And found it a few months ago, but sadly a house purchase required far more cash then I expected. So after selling an Alfa, a GTI, I now have to sell my AMG. The car is amazingly clean, and looks as good in person as it does in the photos. Underneath, inside and under the hood all are clean and show how well maintained and pampered this vehicle has been. The exterior and interior of this car are very impressive.

I bought the car from the second owner. The car fax is a little confusing since he leased it as a used vehicle in 2000 then bought it off lease. The paper work that comes with the vehicle will verify that the second owner started ownership in 2000 when the car had around 15k on it. The car has a clean car fax (which I can email to you if you are interested). There are no accidents or issues. I have most of the service records for the vehicle which show that it was usually maintained at the Mercedes Benz dealer. I had Mercedes Benz do a pre-purchase inspection and they found no problems. The brakes are at 50%, the tires are Michelin Pilot Sports all around with good tread. The car does not use any fluids. All the gadgets, buttons, windows, power sunshades, headlight washers, AC and etc all work. The only fault is I only have the one key, and it sometimes says there is a bulb out even though all the lights work. This car was always garaged (and still is), and has never been driven in winter. The wheels have no curb rash. You can tell this car has always been loved.

I do have the car for sale locally and recently had an interested buyer do a thorough inspection of the car. He found a few issues that initially raised some concern on my part. The passenger side valve cover gasket has some very slight oil residue on the front, and when he read the car’s OBD outlet he found the code for a possible oxygen sensor code. I called the Mercedes Benz dealer that did the pre-purchase inspection and voiced my concern about these issues. They expressed that all E55 AMGs of this vintage have some oil residue on the valve cover gaskets and that they were not concerned. As for the oxygen sensor they were not concerned since the car passed emissions with no problems and runs and drives with no issues. I am disclosing everything I know about this vehicle. It looks beautiful, is solid and tight with no rattles, shakes, or noises of any sort. Like everyone says “I would not hesitate to drive this car across the country” and in this case it would be the perfect ride! I am driving the car a few times a week so the miles are going up. If you have a zero rating please contact me before you bid. Please do not hesitate to call or email me with questions or concerns.

On Nov-08-13 at 06:54:47 PST, seller added the following information:

I forgot to ad that the transmission service was just done. There were no issues with the transmission, it shifted smoothly and has no problems. But since I planned on keeping this car for a long time the service was done. Mercedes Benz fluid was used, all the fluid from the pan and converter was drained, new filter, upgraded electrical plug, and filled perfectly using optical thermometer. The oil was just changed at the Mercedes Dealer when they did the pre-purchase inspection.

The other item to clear up is that is says four owners on the car fax when it is only three. The second and third owners are the same person since he leased the vehicle then bought it out at the end of the lease. Then I purchased the car from him.

The car is currently inspected and insured so if you would like to come take a drive please contact me.
Thanks

$11,000 is well shy of what the equivalent M5 would bring, and even in some cases less than E34 M5s. Heck, we’ve even seen original S4s and 200 quattros start to bring this sort of money. With lower miles in the classic and signature silver over black, the seller has been seemingly very up front about the condition of the car and needs – of which it has few. The car looks in very impressive condition and much nicer than the last E55 I found for V8 week a few months back. If you’re looking for a fast executive sedan that you can generally hide pretty well in and afford to keep, this might just be a great option for you.

-Carter

V8 Week: 1998 Mercedes-Benz C43 AMG

How do you out-AMG AMG? Known for dropping motors out of large cars into small cars, AMG replaced the six cylinder unit in the C36 with a larger M113 4.3 V8 from the E430. Great, right? Well, although it was now plus two cylinders, the new C43 wasn’t really much quicker than the C36 had been. That apparently wouldn’t do for the owner of this particular C43, who decided to AMG up his AMG by dropping an E55 motor in it, and then supercharging it. Well, then. Power isn’t specified, but considering the non-supercharged E55 motor pushed out 70 horsepower more than the 4.3, I think we can lump this one under “a lot”. Take a look at today’s home-brew C43/55:

Year: 1998
Model: C43 AMG
Engine: 5.5 liter supercharged V8
Transmission: 5-speed automatic
Mileage: 60,876 mi
Price: $22,888 Buy It Now

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1998 MERCEDES-BENZ C55 AMG

You are looking at a rare C55 AMG with only 60,876 miles. What started as a stock C43 with over $40,000 invested in it is now a rocket. This C43 is already a rocket from the factory but it also has extensive amount of upgrades!!!!!

List of UPGRADES: E55 ENGINE WHICH MAKES IT A C55, HPS GEN II SUPERCHARGER, KW SUSPENTION, KLEEMAN HEADERS, LSD(Limited Slip Differential), CUSTOM SS EXHAUST, CARBON FIBER INTERIOR TRIM, 18″ AMG MONOBLOCK’S, AND MUCH, MUCH MORE!!!!!

NO CALIFORNIA BUYERS…. IT WILL NOT PASS CA SMOG DUE TO MODIFICATIONS!!!!!

For more information feel free to call Private Collection Motors, INC at 949-791-2167. Thank you for viewing.

Sorry California, but at least they’re upfront! There’s a long list of things to love about this car; I think the W202 is a better looking car than the later C-classes, the Monoblocks look particularly awesome on this model with the well polished lips, white is the perfect understated color for this type of car, it will likely outdrag most supercars, and it appears to be in great shape. There are a list of good quality modifications, including the KW suspension and Kleeman headers coupled to stainless exahust. Things I’m not so fond of? Well, that blue and black interior is nowhere near as cool as Audi or Subaru’s Blue/black interior combinations; it looks poorly executed to me, like seat covers you can buy at Autozone. But to me, that’s nothing compared to the concerns I’d have about the long term viability of this swap; the big question is, has it been done correctly? If not, this car could end up being a really expensive IROC-Z sitting on cinder blocks in your driveway, perpetually waiting to be fixed.

Pricing is quite high; higher in fact than many of the much newer and factory built C55s. In fact, for this price you could have your choice 6-7 year newer C55s in just about any color and have money left over to fix it. Granted I do think the W202 is a cleaner, more European looking design than the fried-egg headlight models that followed, but I’m just not sure these modifications would leave me really wanting this particular W202 for this price. It might be nice to take it on one test drive, though…and those wheels!

-Carter

V8 Week: 1999 Mercedes-Benz E55 AMG

Ever want to own a legend? While the M113 5.5 liter V8 AMG motor has made it into basically every model Mercedes-Benz made for a while, it all started here with the E55 AMG. Mercedes-Benz had aimed the 500E squarely at the M5 market, and the E55 really was the spiritual successor to that car. Though not considered by many as attractive as the earlier E class, the E55 still had an aggressive, understated presence that hinted a monster was under the hood. Since then the AMG division has pumped out some serious iron, so much so that you could almost forget this car. That would be a shame, because like the Audi S8, these were supreme highway cruisers capable of taking down most sports cars in a drag race. Today’s example is a 1999 model of these seldom-seen Autobahn masters:

Year: 1999
Model: E55 AMG
Engine: 5.5 liter V8
Transmission: 5-speed automatic
Mileage: 168,000 mi
Price: $5,900 Buy It Now

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1999 Mercedes E55 AMG 168K miles. VIN : WDBJF74H7XA905771. Cosmetically it has imperfections : scratches on bumpers and doors,few dings,couple of very small surface rust-well known with these cars. Mechanically this car is perfect! maintained well and with lots of new parts and good to go for a long long time.

Also like the early Audi D2 S8s, depreciation hit these cars quite hard and many have fallen into disrepair or racked up many, many miles. At 170,000 miles, this car is no spring chicken, and the advertisement notes it shows it’s fair share of parking lot memories and even some rust. However, they claim it is mechanically in good shape and reports on these cars is that the engine and drivetrain is pretty stout. Still, that leaves quite a lot of engineered-to-a-pricepoint Mercedes-Benz technology from this generation to go wrong, so tread lightly. While this isn’t the car to keep long term or restore, the price is low enough that this could be an opportunity to grab this as a daily driver for a year and tick that E55 AMG ownership off your bucket list for not too much money.

-Carter

Wagon Week: 2006 Mercedes-Benz E55 Estate

Now that we’re well into wagon week, I know it can be frustrating to look at some of the cars we’ve featured knowing that we may never get to drive, let alone own, one of these cool haulers. But, in 2005, Mercedes-Benz gave five-door fans in the US a breath of fresh air with the E55 AMG Estate. This supercharged V8 wagon was vastly different from anything on Mercedes’ forecourts at the time, as the company was focused heavily on its ever expanding SUV lineup. But somehow, this beast got through a committee and made its way stateside. All the better for us gearheads, then, because the E55 AMG offers up 469 bhp and 516 ft/lbs torque from its 5.5 liter, supercharged V8. That’s plenty of power to catch your carpool mates off guard. This clean E55 AMG Estate is for sale in Austin, Texas and is ready for all your fast hauling needs.

Year: 2006
Model: E55 Estate
Engine: 5.5 liter supercharged V8
Transmission: 5-speed automatic
Mileage: 55,098 miles
Price: $34,950

2006 Mercedes-Benz E55 AMG Estate on AutoTrader

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Local trade, black with charcoal leather. Premium package ($3,650), lighting package, keyless go ($1,080), COMAND navigation system, six disc CD changer, Harman-Kardon sound system with Dolby, three zone automatic climate control. Driving dynamic front seats, burl walnut trim, power tilt/slide glass sunroof, bi-xenon active light system, 5-speed automatic transmission. Six twin five spoke AMG aluminum alloy wheels, all books and keys present, 46 point quality inspection completed and maintenance performed with all documentation including oil and filter change and front brake pads plus much more.

Honestly, the E55 AMG Estate is one of my all time favorite Mercedes-Benzes, right up there with the R107 SL and W124 500E/E500. Sure, the later E63 may have added more power and refinement, but I loved the visceral yowl of that supercharger on this engine. It gave these cars character. The price for this E is a little on the high side, as E55s with this kind of mileage are hovering more around the $30,000 mark, with a few dipping into the high $20,000 range. This car does look remarkably mint and unmolested for its age, though, and black is the perfect color for this fast Benz. It adds to its already high stealth factor.

-Paul

2001 Mercedes-Benz E55 AMG

AMG cars have always been among the best performing German machines available, often with naturally aspirated engines tuned within an inch of their lives or huge V8s in a small chassis a’la the Hammer. AMG used the basic principal of big power + light car = hang on tight. In the late ’90s things at AMG went from crazy, to just plain insanity, as they started tinkering with supercharging on their AMG models.

One of the first recipients of the insanity was the W210 chassis in the form of the E55 AMG sedan. The 5.4 liter M113 AMG engine put down a laundry list of staggering performance numbers. With 349 bhp and 391 lb/ft of torque and mated to the 5-speed Touchshift automatic transmission, the E55 recorded 0-60 times as fast as 4.8 seconds, and 1/4 mile times in the low 13 second range. This amazingly kept 2001 E55 for sale in Fairfax, Virginia is a great opportunity to own an Autobahn burner.

2001 Mercedes-Benz E55 AMG on eBay
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For Sale is a 2001 E55 AMG in mint condition.  This car runs and drives great.

New Continental DWS tires front(245/40R18) and rear(275/35R18)
Denison ipod connection that has taken place of the CD changer
5,000 mile oil changes
Transmission Service performed less than 5,000 miles ago
Brake Flush done within the past year
New serpentine belt with less than 8,000 miles
K&N air filters installed
Black Grille painted with plasti-dip (can be peeled off)
All windows have been tinted 35% except the windshield
Engine and transmission mounts replaced about 10,000 miles ago
There are a couple scratches that were there when I originally bought it, two on the left rear door and one on the left rear quarter panel.  I do have pictures but don’t want to pay extra to load them on ebay.
Extras:
Complete soft cloth car cover
E55 Carpet floor mats
2 brand new Mann oil filters and enough Mobil 1 5w-40 oil for 2 oil changes!
All reasonable offers will be considered!!!
This E55 was clearly someone’s baby. Garage kept, well maintained and traveling a mere 3,300 miles per year, this car is practically brand new. Finished in silver over black leather, this car has the iconic Mercedes-Benz look. Prices on E55s in this condition range anywhere from $16,500 to $19,000. This car is priced well within the realm of reality at $17,000.
-Brian

2006 Mercedes-Benz E55 AMG Estate

As much as the SUV trend has taken off, there has been a spate of performance estates that have made their appearance over the last decade. Most recently, the Cadillac CTS-V Wagon has made a splash by offering a supercharged V8 and 6 speed manual in a marked departure from the traditional Cadillac lineup. BMW and Audi have offered up a few hot estates for US consumption and Mercedes-Benz, not to be left out, unleashed the E55 on us in 2005, a supercharged V8 beast that made going to the market just a bit more fun. These E55 estates are now at an age where they are becoming attractive second hand buys, and this special ordered example is quite possibly the most off the wall one I’ve come across.

2006 Mercedes-Benz E55 AMG Estate on eBay

2006 Mercedes Benz E55 AMG Estate Wagon. One of one factory ordered 685 Sunburst Yellow with prominence. OEM AMG 19″ 3 piece CL65 wheels (includes OEM original wheels with Conti Pro Contact Tires). Navigation, Keyless Go, Bi-Xenon Headlamps with headlamp washers, voice activated control system, heated and cooled dynamic seats with massage, Designo Charcoal Leather with factory ordered yellow stitching, Designo Burl Walnut interior trim, Alcantara suede headliner, power lift gate, Harmon Kardon Sound with 6 Disc CD changer.

Being offered is this factory ordered Sunburst Yellow Estate Wagon that was special ordered by a very prominent racing enthusiast for a very high end client. This information will be provided to the new owner. It is currently owned by Master Certified MB Service Advisor. Rare, Rare, Rare! This is your chance to own the only Sunburst Yellow E55 Wagon known to exist. This has been verified by Mercedes Benz North America. If you are a person who likes to own something special and stand out in a crowd than this one is definitely for you! This car branches across all genres. It’s fast, exotic, practical and exclusive! Nano tint recently installed at the Mercedes Benz Dealer. This car looks amazing at any angle.

Clean Carfax and Clean AutoCheck, both vehicle history reports show two Florida owners and no issues or incidents reported. You’ll never have a problem finding this car in a parking lot! Notice how clean the exhaust pipes are, this car has been meticulously maintained and detailed regularly. Bi Xenon Headlamps with washers. OEM Factory AMG 19″ CL65 Wheels with Bridgestone Run Flat Tires Also included in the sale, but not pictured, are the set of OEM factory AMG Wheels and tires that originally came on the car. Hand built AMG engine in Germany. 469HP, 516 ft lbs of torque, your ice cream won’t melt on the way home from the grocery store!

Leather wrapped steering wheel in excellent condition with shift paddles. Page buttons, audio controls and phone buttons at your fingertips, along with the Voice Control Stalk and Cruise Control Stalk. Tilt and telescopic steering column. Dual Zone Climate Control. Navigation, Heated and Cooled Seat Controls, Rear Wiper Controls, and door lock controls. Factory Harmon Kardon Sound with 6 Disc in-dash CD Changer. esigno Walnut Burl Trim. No stress cracks in any of the wood trim. Keyless Go, Optional Factory MHI Bluetooth module for integrated phone system. Moonlighting in overhead control panel, sunroof, rear climate controls, rear sunshade, memory seat with three programmable positions, power mirror controls, and power lift gate button on the driver side door panel. Alcantara Suede Headliner.

Interior is in excellent condition, well above average, no excessive wear. Designo Charcoal leather special ordered with yellow stitching to match the exterior paint. It is a non-smoker car with no offensive odors. Driver and Passenger Side Dynamic Seats with massage feature. Rear Cargo area with privacy cover and cargo net. Power lift gate. Every service record from pre-delivery inspection up to the most recent service will be provided to the new owner. As well as the window sticker, three keys, owner’s manual and Carfax report. VIN sticker denotes the factory C685 Sunburst Yellow paint code. In closing, this vehicle has been meticulously maintained. All service is currently up to date including brake fluid flush, engine air filter replacement, transmission service, new spark plugs, etc…this vehicle needs nothing and everything works as it should.

This is a love it or hate it kind of car. Sure, it’s rare, but yellow? I’d rather see this hue on an SLK than a wagon, even if it is fast. Part of the allure for me in owning an estate is stealth. And you sure aren’t going to go unnoticed in this machine. With 60,000 miles, we’re about $10,000 to $15,000 over what a normal E55 would run. I’m not sure a one of one color constitutes that kind of premium in this case.

-Paul

“Time Warp” 55k-mile 2001 AMG E55

There aren’t a lot of better ways to get in on some classy German V8 action than the W210 E55. Plenty of power and timeless looks generate nostalgia for the last time German uber-sedans were simple. This example has covered fewer miles than its moniker and it shows.

From the seller:

Up for sale is a gorgeous Silver E55 AMG – an autobahn stormer in a gentleman’s suit. The handbuilt AMG engine is magnificent and very responsive. This car has been garaged and well maintained with all service records. It drives as nice as my wife’s 2010 Mercedes, which is a testament to how well built these machines are. 1 prior elderly gentleman owner prior to me. I have all the service records and original window sticker with a $70,000 + pricetag. In my exhaustive search for the perfect E55, none of the others that I drove have come close to the caliber of this car. The new owner gets two sets of keys.

MECHANICAL: The magnifient E55 AMG handbuilt engine sounds amazing and is just as responsive as the day it left the factory. It drives amazingly well, thanks to religious servicing. It handles just as well. No rattles. Dealer serviced, and I have the service records. In addition to routine servicing, some major items are as follows –
18k mi – AC blower motor replaced under warranty. AC works great.
37k mi – replaced throttle actuator and EGR valves and gaskets, shift linkage bushings, lower control arm bushings – $1320

EXTERIOR: Gorgeous Brilliant Silver paint (744) is in excellent shape. Garage kept, without dings. A few small scratches on the rear bumper. NO rust and flood issues.
– 18″ AMG wheels with Michelin Pilot Sports II with 80% tread depth. A few small scratches on the wheel lips, but not too unsightly.
– Xenon Headlights with no yellowing on the headlights.
– Was in a fender bender years ago, where the right front fender was expertly repaired.

INTERIOR: The two-tone leather is in excellent shape. No tears or bolster wear. The interior has very little wear. The rear seats were barely used. The carpets are in great shape.
– The dark wood accents are in great shape. No cracks in the dash.
– 6 disc trunk changer works great.
– Headliner is in perfect shape.
– Sunroof works perfectly, but the sliding panel is slightly loose. Still slides back and forth. Mild wear on the steering wheel controls.

In summary, you are getting a well cared for low mileage example that will continue to provide years of driving pleasure. Remember that while this car is in amazing shape, it is not new. The only reason I am selling it is that we just closed on a real estate deal, and I need to free up some cash. I am also going to be selling my 1997 Porsche 911 c4s.

Reserve not met around $10k at time of writing. I love the interior, the silver exterior is classic, and in reality getting it for under $15k would be reasonable. If it stays lower, it’ll be a downright deal with so few miles. It’d certainly look like more than $15k hauling ass down the freeway.

-NR

2000 Mercedes-Benz E55 for sale

The W210 Mercedes E-Class represents one of the first times I started seeing M-B as capable of the bruce I knew so well from their Bavarian counterparts.  The sport-edition E430 certainly looked the part with some slick 5 spokes and near-AMG body kit, but the real beast of the litter- subtly aggressive on the outside and packing tire-roasting torque on the inside- was the E55.  Now, some may scoff at its 349hp, 5.4L V8, but realize that we live in the most golden age of horsepower wars. Though it even gave up some power to its contemporary M5, the tides were reversed when it came to torque, making this a true muscle car from the great Hammer tradition.

2000 Mercedes-Benz E55 for sale

This one comes in clean silver, showing off the well-shaped hood and clean lines front to back.  It has 133k miles and a less-than-descriptive listing so it could use a thorough pre-sale inspection, but it looks to be in good condition inside and out and is priced at a mere $10,000.  For 10 grand, you’ve got your own German ape-in-a-business suit, ready to spin those AMG monoblocks and look classy doing it.

-NR

2005 Mercedes-Benz E55 wagon

After the glut of minivans and sport utility vehicles that have flooded the automotive landscape over the last two decades or so, the wagon, or estate vehicle, has become an afterthought in many people’s minds. Mercedes, however, has shown a steadfast commitment to the body style, as they have offered a wagon in their lineup every year for the past 32 years. Below is an example of how perfectly Mercedes-Benz blends style, performance and utility in one irresistible package.

The E55 wagon attained almost instant classic status when Mercedes announced they would be selling it here on U.S. shores, because everyone knew it had no equals and was meant as a limited production model. The E55 and E63 which followed accounted for a few hundred sales across the U.S. during it’s production run. Not many family haulers can brag about sharing a supercharged V8 engine with the legendary Mercedes-Benz SL roadster.

The seller states:

One of 129 (verified with Mercedes AMG Private Lounge – I’m a member/AMG nut with 2 other AMG cars) E55 Estates produced for the 2005 model year. In VERY RARE Platinum Blue Metallic with Black/Blue two-tone interior (has subtle blue stitching throughout), light grey headliner. 31.5k miles with 2 owners (AutoCheck is incorrect, 2 of the noted owners are Mercedes dealers).

This has to be one of my favorite Mercedes-Benzes of the last two decades, partly due to its rarity and the Q ship factor. This is a true multipurpose vehicle, as you can find yourself hauling a wardrobe while simultaneously clipping an apex at 75 mph. And if you are a parent and just can’t let go of your youth, this is the best way to have your cake and eat it while on your way to soccer practice.

-Paul

Well Cared for 2001 Mercedes-Benz E55 AMG For Sale

Randy emailed me recently with details of his low mileage E55 AMG that he’s listing for sale. What a great looking car! While we usually go with more classic and rare listings to feature on the site, I was compelled by the honesty of his email and history of ownership.

On to the pictures and details!

2001 Mercedes E55 AMG For Sale

quote from Randy’s email to me:

I have my father’s 2001 e55 for sale. He bought the car new and drove it sparingly until he died in 2004. (His other cars were a 1995 993 – which we still have with 32,000 miles on it – and a Subaru Turbo Wagon!) I got it after he died and drove it until late 2007. At that point, I got a new 2006 e55 and my Dad’s car was put in the garage. It has been driven occasionally since then.

It has approximately 49,900 miles on it. I have all service records; mine and my Dad’s.

There have been no modifications to the car. No air dams, spoilers, extra AMG badges, blue lights or huge wheels with ridiculously low profile tires, etc. It’s just as Mercedes intended it to be: subtle, yet extremely powerful.

The car runs strong; it accelerates powerfully, it stops straight. The air blows cold. The radio & trunk-mounted CD work as they are supposed to. In fact, everything (to the best of my knowledge) works, with the exception of the air bladders in the front passenger seat.

It is classic silver with two tone silver.

Defects:

1) There is a tiny scratch (not through the paint) on the right rear bumper skin.
2) Very slight “curb rash” on the right front wheel.
3) Two years ago, my wife was involved in a minor accident with the car. She pulled into an intersection and hit another car. The bumper skin was replaced and the right front fender was repainted. There was, to my knowledge, no mechanical or suspension involvement. In fact, the accident did not even break the headlights. The car was repaired and there have been no subsequent issues.

The interior is an attractive (but not pimpy) two tone black & light gray. It looks and smells new. The seats show no wear, the carpets are in great shape, the headliner is clean, the sunshades work well, etc. Neither my Dad nor I smoked in the car.

Asking $19000

Please contact Randy at this email address for further inquiry: randy@wileinterests.com

I hope this car finds a home that will care for it as well as Randy’s family has. Good luck with the sale!

dc