About a month again I looked at a 1980 280SLCÂ which I found intriguing for two reasons: the relatively low cost and its rare color. Today’s…
I’ve been harsh on the R107 in the past. I’m still not in love with them but a 560SL like this one for sale inÂ Oregon…
You probably know all about the W124 AMG ‘Hammer’ cars by now. A normal 300E that was transformed by then independent company AMG into a four-door monster thanks to the punched-out 6.0 liter M117/9 and various other Ã la carte options depending on the owners desires. They didn’t call these cars the ‘Hammer’ for nothing with 375-ish horsepower and even more torque. Because of this, the values have held strong at nearly 10 times and sometimes even more than what you’d pay for a normal W124 300E. When one of these cars come up for auction, it’s usually a big deal. This 1988 Hammer heading to the block at the end of the month will probably fetch a pretty penny, despite what Sotheby’s is predicting. So let’s check this monster out:
CLICK FOR DETAILS:Â 1988 Mercedes-Benz 300E AMG ‘6.0 Hammer’ at RM Sotheby’s
I hope your Monday is going well, but if by high chance it’s not, hopefully this car can change that. Today we have a bonkers 1986 560SL 6.0 AMG and just to make it even better, it was owned by none other than Michael Schumacher. This R107 is a creation of ex-AMG engineer and current owner of Mercedes tuner MKBÂ Pano Avramidis who took an already crazy 560SL 6.0 AMG and added a healthy dose of modern Mercedes upgrades. Of course all this comes with a very hefty price. So let’s take a look at this R107 AMG for sale in Monaco.
CLICK FOR DETAILS:Â Michael Schumacher’s 1986 Mercedes-Benz 560SL 6.0 AMG on Classic Driver
Few German cars generate more enthusiasm than the amount of collective goosebumps crowds feel when the words â€œpre-mergerâ€ and â€œAMGâ€ come together with two numbers and a period â€“ â€œ6.0â€. The tower of power V8 Affalterbach shoved into nearly every Mercedes-Benz it could get its hands on is legendary no matter what chassis it is seen in. Over the past few months Iâ€™ve looked at quite a few, from the big daddy 300CE Widebody and 560SEC Widebody models that everyone associates with the M117/9 to the more obscure, such as the later R129 500SL 6.0. Another seldom seen is the sedan version of the W126, with only 50 produced. I looked at one back in 2014 and it was a heck of a deal by AMG standards; an asking price of around $30,000 made it one ridiculous bargain in the 6.0 world. With even more black on this example in only 25,000 miles covered, what does the white hot AMG market look like today?