1993 Mercedes-Benz 300E with 63k miles

Say you have under $10,000 to spend on a car. Do you do the sensible thing and go with a nearly new compact or subcompact that, if you are lucky, may have some of its factory warranty left? Or do you do tempt fate and go with that older luxury vehicle you’ve always been craving? Fortunately, there’s a middle of the road example: the W124 Mercedes-Benz E class. Rock solid build quality, relatively affordable running costs in comparison to other German iron of the era and a healthy dose of leather, wood and other goodies to comfort passengers. This Smoke Silver example for sale in Indiana has just over 63,000 miles on the odometer, leaving it barely broken in.

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Year: 1993
Model: 300E
Engine: 3.2 liter inline-6
Transmission: 4-speed automatic
Mileage: 63,555 mi
Price: $8,500 Buy It Now

They are only original once. The spare tire has never been on the ground. Superbly maintained W124 class Mercedes 300E. First year of the M104 32V engine for the W124. Michelin tires, complete stereo upgrade to include wiring and speakers, bicycle hitch, remote start system, drives as new. Owned by Mercedes technician. Most service records are included with the original manuals and books.

New head gasket (2013).

New engine wiring harness (2013).

The A/C evaporator was replaced under warranty.

If you are looking at any 1990-1995 W124 and these items have not been repaired, the car needs them. No rust or body damage/repairs. Paint shows normal wear with some chips and scratches.

Please call me if you are interested in this automobile or have questions. 513-319-2107 Jeff.

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While Smoke Silver isn’t likely to offend, it does give off a bit of that Berlin taxi feel with this 300E. In the very least, it’s not as pedestrian as the Light Ivory most of those taxis were painted, though. The asking price for this one is right at the top of the market of what you could expect to pay for one of the last of the pre-facelift W124s. Ownership by a Mercedes-Benz technician and having the all-important wiring harness replaced should assure potential buyers that this is not your run of the mill E class.

-Paul

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  1. Lotta car for the money. Shame about the sober color combo though. Seems that all too many late pre-facelift W124s were this combo..my dad’s old ’93 300E 2.8 included.

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