These ultra-low mileage cars always intrigue me in more ways than one. How have they held up after so many years of just sitting? How has the maintenance been handled despite only having a handful of miles a year? But this biggest thing I wonder is was it worth it, literally, to let the car sit and preserve its pristine condition. Today’s car, a 1994 Mercedes-Benz E320 Cabriolet that checks in with a little over 6,700 miles, isn’t your typical used car to begin with. I’ve covered the C124 pretty extensively and we’ve even featured some really nice examples here for sale. But for this 1994 for sale in New York, is it worth the giant price tag for the so little miles?
CLICK FOR DETAILS: 1994 Mercedes-Benz E320 Cabriolet with 6,700 miles on eBay
Model: E320 Cabriolet
Engine: 3.2 liter inline-6
Transmission: 4-speed automatic
Price: $64,499 Buy It Now
Champion Motors International is pleased to present a very rare 1994 Mercedes E 320 Cabriolet finished in a triple black configuration. This Mercedes has only one owner and has travels only 6000 meticulously maintained miles. For the Collector or Enthusiast , this is truly a great find.
This C124 is basically a brand new car. From what I can see from the photos, the exterior is without flaws and the interior is even better. The burl wood has that deep, rich look to it that you’d be hard pressed to say it could get even better. The seats have no creases in them and the dash doesn’t even look like anyone even sneezed on it. Whoever tucked this thing away did so correctly so it could stay in this great of shape. The selling dealer doesn’t say much about the maintenance of the car other than it being ”meticulously” but I’d probably take their word on this car given what I can see in the phone.
So the price. $64,499. That is a ton of money for a C124 — even for as one nice as this one. I suppose it all depends on what your goal is for this car. Want to add it to a giant collection and drive it a handful of times a year in the most perfect conditions? Maybe it makes sense for you. What to drive it fairly regularly? You are probably going to lose a bunch of money. These kind of cars with this mileage appeal to such a slim margin of people that I wonder if they ever sell. You can find a bunch of these with say 67,000 miles that look and drive not far off from this one for less than half the price. Don’t get me wrong, I’m glad examples like this exist, but it just doesn’t make a whole bunch of sense to me.