The Mercedes-Benz 560SEL was the definitive Ã¼ber sedan for more than a decade beginning in the early 1980s. They weren’t particularly eye-catching or glitzy but had a refined, tasteful appearance in a way only a classic Mercedes-Benz could pull off. With a rear seat that was almost five feet wide, passengers were treated to the utmost comfort and the driver had adequate power at his disposal with the M117 V8 under the hood. Want to look like a diplomat for a day? This 1987 560SEL in Desert Taupe for sale in Illinois is a good way to do just that. For those thinking a classic S-class in good condition with low miles is out of reach, read on.
CLICK FOR DETAILS: 1987 Mercedes-Benz 560SEL on eBay
Engine: 5.6 liter V8
Transmission: 4-speed automatic
Mileage: 59,000 mi
Price: $12,000 Buy It Now
1987 Mercedes-Benz 560 SEL
One driver since new!
Impeccable Maintenance and Service History
Fully loaded with every available option including heated seats reclining rear seat and sun roof!
Everything works as it should
A/C converted to R-134A
Interior is like new.
Never been hit, never been parked outside overnight.
Exterior is completely rust free and very sharp!
Includes all books, records, 4 original keys and original touch up paint.
I am a Mercedes collector and enthusiast and I looked through eBay to find a fair price for this car and boy was I amused to find finely detailed pigs in lipstick selling for 11-12K and a underused 25k mile examples for 20k plus. This car is a excellent low mileage example that has been superbly cared for and spent its’ first 13 years in Florida and the rest of its’ life in a heated Illinois garage.
This car has never been abused and still retains its’ original Becker Grand Prix cassette player which works great.
If you are looking for a perfect Carfax all original “real” 560…this is it.
Call me with any offers or questions!
I guess I am a bad salesman insofar as I use a iPhone to take pictures, pull my car out of the garage in lieu of having it detailed, ect.
However, a very honest car.
Considering where prices are trending for the R107 560SL, the ask here for this flagship sedan counterpart represents a solid value for a Mercedes of this vintage. This car has yet to cross the 60,000 mark, which is barely break in territory for a W126. You still see plenty of these S-classes on the road today so it’s encouraging to those looking for a usable classic. If this car is as described, has full records and passes a PPI inspection with flying colors, someone is going to get a deal.