1993 Mercedes-Benz 300CE

Hug your W124s, treat them well, because they aren’t getting any younger and the surely aren’t making any more of them. As the years grind on, the W124 Mercedes-Benz, especially the coupe, seems to make more and more sense to me. A stately design that isn’t trendy or offensive in any way. The proportions are correct and is it is utilitarian as much as it is styled for the sake of looking good. Inside, everything you need, nothing you don’t. The closest thing for a screen you’ll get are some 8-bit readouts on the radio and temperature display. Under the hood, either the trusty M103 or M104, depending on the year. The 1993, like the one we have here today up for sale in Florida, is a one-off specification for 1993 as it has the pre-facelift body, but the 3.2-liter M104 as opposed to the older 3.0-liter M103. Want the updated engine but like the pre-facelift body? Here ya go.

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Year: 1993
Model: 300CE
VIN: WDBEA52E0PB991657
Engine: 3.2 liter inline-six
Transmission: 4-speed automatic
Mileage: 126,535 mi
Location: West Palm Beach, Florida
Price: $13,995 Buy It Now

1993 Mercedes Benz 300CE

126k Pampered Miles 1 Owner Miles

Clean Carfax – No Accidents

Black and Grey Exterior over Grey Interior

This car shows like it has 30k Miles

These cars are becoming very desirable- don’t miss out on this rare opportunity to buy an immaculate 300CE

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Financing available

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This one is reported to only have one owner and by the looks of it, a very caring one owner. Although judging by the AutoCheck report, one owners means five owners, but there could be various explanations for that. For 126,000 miles, I’m not seeing anything that is throwing up red flags in the photos. A little disappointed there are no engine photos and that makes me pause, but outside of a wiring harness that looks like a family of rats were chewing on, what is the worst that could happen?

The asking price of $14,000 is in the ballpark, but maybe a bit high given the mileage. I think closer to $10,000-11,000 would probably be more reasonable as the values of these are really tied to their mileage, even if the condition is above average. Still, keep this car looking relatively the same for the next decade and you won’t lose a dime on it.

– Andrew

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