Wagon Week may be over here at GCFSB, but for me, I’ve always got five-doors on my mind. One of my favorite five-doors happens to be the W124 E class. While maybe not as utilitarian as its predecessor, the W123 estate, the W124 had the same rock solid build quality wrapped in slightly more modern sheet metal. This E320 estate for sale in San Francisco represents the final year for the W124. While it’s fairly common to find a few low mileage cabriolets and even coupes and sedans, many of the five-door E320s were used as intended – as a workhorse. Finding a mint one like this is a real treat.
Model: E320 Estate
Engine: 3.2 liter inline six
Transmission: 4-speed automatic
Mileage: 87,851 miles
Price: Auction – No reserve
Selling for no reserve…
Widely popular and very few in supply with low mileage. The 124 E class wagon is one of the best built Mercedes Benz wagons ever made. Sold new on November 14, 1994 San Francisco European Motors Mercedes Benz. Serviced at the dealer with maintenance booklet routinely stamped. This car has been well maintained through out its history. Garaged and in excellent condition overall. This car has never left the Bay Area.
Recently last month, I have repaired many of the major items that are common replacement issues on E class wagons:
*New head gasket
*New main wire harness
*New water pump
*New coolant tank
*New rear tail gate shocks
All of the major repairs have been performed to the highest standard by a Mercedes Independent shop. Receipts and records will be included with the sale. Car runs excellent and you can drive it home. AC blows cold but center vents not blowing cold air but cold air blows thru side vents fine. Outside temp reading not working. Car has good tread. Tires are Michelin. Brakes are good. Passes smog no problem. All of the electronics are working fine. Windows, door locks, speedo, odometer etc. Transmission shifts smooth and crisp. Email for more info. Clean title in hand.
With the all important wiring harness issue taken care of, along with a few other major repairs, this E320 looks like a pretty solid bet for someone seeking one of these modern classics. With no reserve, I’d suspect this E320 estate might pull somewhere between $6,500 and $8,500, as the W124 estates aren’t quite reaching W123 territory just yet.