The Mercedes-Benz C43 AMG carried on the tradition of jamming a big engine into a modest package to produce big time performance. The more I delve into AMG history, however, I am intrigued by the C43’s predecessor, the C36 AMG. This was AMG’s first in-house collaboration with Mercedes-Benz. While it may be down on horsepower, it’s a rarer find than the V8 variants that succeeded it. We featured a final year C36 AMG earlier this month, but here is a low mileage black example for sale in Wisconsin.
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Model: C36 AMG
Engine: 3.6 liter inline-6
Transmission: 4-speed automatic
Mileage: 47,754 mi
Price: $14,500 Buy It Now
This awesome vehicle is exceptionally clean and fast with 47,754 gentle miles. Black with Black Leather and power sunroof. Besides all the features that came standard on this deluxe vehicle, these are some additional extras over and above that need to be mentioned.
Optional Package C1 includes ASR-Acceleration Slip Control, Headlamp Wiper/Washer, Electric Heated Front Seats.
Adjustable Steering Column and Anti-Theft Alarm System.
New Michelin Pilot Super Sport XL Tires (225/45ZR17MI 245/40ZR17MI) with 2000 miles, mounted and balanced by Perfect Power in Buffalo Grove, IL.
AC was serviced August 2011. All new belts. New Front Brakes, Pads, Rotors and Sensors at 41,000 miles. Legal window tint added. Alternator and Battery replaced at 41,000 miles. New K&N Air Filter. Clifford Matrix 50.5X Remote Start with Security System (Limited Lifetime Warranty). Includes Owners Manual. Two keys plus Valet key provided.
Bose Music System and AM/FM/WB Cassette Radio w/Eight Speakers plus Factory Installed 6-CD Player in trunk.
Regular maintenance performed at Knauz Mercedes Benz Continental Autos in Lake Bluff, IL using only Mobil 1.
Second Owner, never driven in snow, always garaged and kept covered.
Seats regularly treated with Connolly Hide Food. Rubber door/trunk seals regularly treated with Zymol Seal Conditioner. Full Detail performed by Knauz in October 2013. Radiator recently flushed and brake fluid changed.
Additional pictures available upon request.
This magnificent vehicle’s sticker price in 1995 was $54,080.00 (still have window sticker and Original Mercedes First Aid Kit). For any additional information or questions, contact Phil at 262-694-8961 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Most C36s seem to be painted silver, but for me, I’d prefer the Vader effect we see here. With the AMG monoblocks, it looks both formal and menacing. It’s certainly a bit more toned down than the 190E Cosworths that preceded it, but still cuts quite a dash regardless. This one is priced quite realistically for such a good, low mileage piece. The earlier W202 AMG models haven’t yet cracked $15,000 in most cases, which is a price point where more serious metal starts coming in to play.