Sorry Arrested Development fans. This is not George Bluth’s actual Mercedes-Benz S class for sale. But, this low-mileage 1991 560SEL for sale in California sure looks like it. It seems ironic that the producers of this legendary comedy series would pick such a serious vehicle for George Bluth’s mode of transportation, but the W126 has earned a recurring role across episodes. It’s no secret why this S class generation has earned iconic status amongst the Mercedes faithful. Long since production has ceased, people still use these big, tank-like executive sedans as daily runners. But what is it that makes them so special? Delving into the pictures of this mint Smoke Silver example begins to tell that story…
Engine: 5.6 liter V8
Transmission: 4-speed automatic
Mileage: 39,192 miles
Price: Reserve auction
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This is a pristine 1991 (last year in the 126 Body) California 560 SEL. This is a museum/collector quality one owner car with only 39,192 original miles. The car has been garage kept since day one and meticulously serviced at the Mercedes Dealership. The car is spectacular in every way. It runs, looks and drives like it just rolled off the showroom floor. There are no issues whatsoever. Everything works perfectly. The paint and interior are stunning and she even has that new car aroma. This car could quite possibly be the nicest 560SEL available for sale in the entire world. Don’t miss this once in a lifetime opportunity. All factory books, stamped maintainence manual, owners manuals, extra keys and leather pouch included for the new owner.
This gorgeous car is also available for sale locally and is subject to removal from the auction at any time should it be sold. Shipping can be arranged worldwide and expedited quickly and inexpensively to your door. If you have any questions contact Evan at 310-594-4224, or email. Absolutely NO dissapointments…..Thanks for looking and good luck!
Bidding is fairly strong on this one, which is no surprise. This is one of those cars that if they still made new (like the E30 BMW 3 series or an air-cooled Porsche 911), people would snap up in a heartbeat. We’ve seen a few clean 560SECs fetch a decent some, sometimes cresting $20,000. Since this is the top of the range S class sedan, I’d suspect similar money is there to be had. While I don’t particularly mind new Mercedes-Benzes, but there is something captivating about these W126s. Each time one passes me on the street, I can’t help but stop and admire.