1987 Mercedes-Benz 190E 2.3-16

DSC01187_zpsvp3ijcn8

It was only a matter of time for 2.3-16 prices to follow E30 M3 values. To a lesser extent of course with the dominance of the M3 in almost every aspect; most importantly overall victories on the track. Nonetheless, the 2.3-16 homologation specials are still just that: special. Especially in this condition. In this case a picture (or dozens) really are worth a thousand words. This example is very cleanly preserved and prepared. Bidders are ready to buy with the current reserve met at $22k and climbing, with a very active 125+ bids thus far. If the auction proceeds to completion, we’ll witness a great bidding war considering the show doesn’t end until tomorrow night. Good luck to buyers and seller!

dc

CLICK FOR DETAILS: 1987 Mercedes-Benz 190E 2.3-16 on eBay

Year: 1987
Model: 190E 2.3-16
Engine: 2.3L Inline 4
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: 101,777 mi
Price: Reserve met auction

DSC01271_zps4c26eorb

DSC01292_zpsnkcwqlp2

Bookmark the permalink.

6 Comments

  1. I don’t think I’ve seen a 16v for sale in this condition in recent memory. Usually they are quite ratty, even the ones price around $10-12K, which is ordinarily the top of the market for these. It will be interesting to see what this goes for.

    Also, the same seller has another one listed on eBay, similar mileage and also mint. I wonder what the story is.

  2. his & hers Cozzies!
    smoked silver is a great color and these really seem to be well taken care of as well.
    not a “driver” def. better quality than that, but glad to see that they have been driven and maintained….
    wish the seller well!

  3. Appears one is manual and one is auto… pretty cool pair to own!

  4. Overall, very clean looking. There is however a color discrepancy between the left rear door and left rear fender (the fender being slightly darker) and why did that one bidder drive the price from $8400 to 22,000 so early in the bidding?…

  5. Not sold, relisted on Ebay

    PK

Comments are closed