Press "Enter" to skip to content

This site contains Ebay partner affiliate links, which may earn us a commission at no additional cost to you.

1994 Mercedes-Benz E320 Coupe

When one thinks of rare examples of the W124, the 500E/E500 instantly comes to mind. But there’s another rare piece from the end of the production run that were not too common, which is the E320 Coupe. Fewer than 1,000 of these E-class coupes found their way to the US market in 1994 and after the 1995 model year, they would disappear from the lineup altogether, to be replaced shortly thereafter by the CLK range. This 1994 E320 Coupe for sale in Washington state has a very low 32,000 miles on the odometer and certainly looks the part, in a very period shade of Spruce Green Metallic.

CLICK FOR DETAILS: 1994 Mercedes-Benz E320 Coupe on eBay

Year: 1994
Model: E320 Coupe
Engine: 3.2 liter inline-6
Transmission: 4-speed automatic
Mileage: 32,817 mi
Price: $13,500 Buy It Now

1994 Mercedes E320 Coupe

This E-320 Coupe has been driven less than 33,000 miles since new and has always been garage kept with the last 3,600 miles driven by myself over the past 6 years. The mileage is documented by Mercedes Benz and AutoCheck .The original owner was a well known Hollywood columnist and biographer who also wrote nearly 30 books. I purchased this California car from his estate in 2009 and had a transport company deliver it to me in Seattle.

The car has no issues whatsoever and drives like a new car. The interior is like new as the photos show. The front bumper has a scuff as shown in the photo’s and the rear bumper has a crack in the plastic which the previous owner attempted to repair. The rear window glass has a discoloration at the bottom right. The Michelin tires have at least 80% left . The car has no leaks and all systems work as they should. The car drives and shift’s like the day it rolled off the factory floor.

The car is the finest driving automobile I have ever owned it has power when you need it and it handles like a sports car but still has a comfortable ride thanks to the German engineering.

This 2 door Coupe is 1 of 825 that were imported to the USA and 1 of only a few in the rare color combination of Spruce Green over Tropical Green with the Saffron interior. I have never seen another Coupe like this in the United States.

This is the second to the last year that Mercedes Benz built the W-124 chassis which is said to be the finest made by German engineers and was so costly that even with a price tag of $65,000 for this E-320 Coupe they could no longer afford to build them.

If you need more specific photos i can send them to you. If you have questions feel free to ask and i will get back to you within a few hours.

A non-refundable $500.00 deposit is due within 24 hours of end of auction via PayPal with the balance due in cash or bank to bank wire transfer within 5 day’s.I will be happy to help if you are using an auto transport service in any way i can.The car is sold as -is with no warranty.

While this E320 Coupe has low miles, it’s certainly not perfect. One of the most glaring issues are the imperfections on the bumpers. If I was to purchase this car, I would have both resprayed, as it detracts from the overall mint condition of the rest of the vehicle. The huge mobile phone mounting base drilled into the console is rather unfortunate but a product of the times before bluetooth and iPhones. While the interior is certainly tidy, I would have preferred the parchment color against the spruce. A friend of mine in high school owned an E320 sedan in Spruce Green over parchment and it was much more pleasing. E320 Cabriolets have been bringing strong money but the Coupe is a bit more obscure. I’d say the asking price here might be a tad high, but considering how rare this Mercedes is, it certainly has potential to be an appreciating asset. Coupe personal luxury with W124 durability. What a great combination.



  1. bob S
    bob S July 4, 2016

    One of the finest cars ever made. Worth the asking.

  2. John
    John July 4, 2016

    This is a very desirable car and I have been looking for a nice 124 coupe for a long time.

    However the horrible grammar of the seller makes me completely uninterested in dealing with such a seller.

    For example may I cite: “photo’s” and “shift’s”? The use of the pronoun “I” without capitalization is another clue about the seller.

    This seller tries to interest me by stating “The original owner was a well known Hollywood columnist and biographer who also wrote nearly 30 books.”

    Who cares? I would be so leery of this seller to not ever do anything more than look at the “photo’s” of the car.

    – John –

Comments are closed.