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This Mercedes-Benz 500 E from 1992 is in a moving condition. Both the interior and the exterior look good, apart from a small imperfection. The car is from the third owner, including a well-kept maintenance history. It is originally a Swiss car with demonstrable kilometers through the ABGAS booklet. The car has electronic windows, sliding roof and seats. New tires have been fitted recently. In addition, the car has a leather interior, seat heating and air conditioning. There is a valid MOT up to and including 31-05-2020. There are booklets available. Between 1990 and 1994 (model years 1991-1994) Mercedes-Benz built 10,479 copies of a high-performance version of the W124: the Mercedes-Benz 500E (W124.036). The 500E was developed in close collaboration with another major German car brand. Porsche built every 500E by hand, transporting it back and forth for 18 days between the Mercedes plant and Porsche's Rossle-Bau plant in Zuffenhausen. From 1991 to 1993 the model was called 500E, after the facelift in 1994 this became the E500. The 500E had an atmospheric 5.0l V8 engine. He got the nickname "Wolf in sheep's clothing" and that was certainly not unjustified: 0-100 km / h in 5.5 seconds and impressive intermediate acceleration. The top speed was limited to 260 km / h. With its aggressive appearance, low profile, arched wheel arches, side skirts, air intakes and wide tires, you immediately saw in your rearview mirror that not an ordinary Mercedes wanted to go by. Due to its appearance, the limited production numbers and the hand-built construction, the 500 E is seen as a true "classic in the making", even within Mercedes-Benz. To get a good impression of the car we advise you to come to one of the viewing days.

This car will be part of an online auction from our location in Uithoorn. Bidding starts at € 1.000,-. There will be three viewing days in Uithoorn. The online auction will start on Thursday 28 September 2019 and will close on Wednesday 09 October 2019 from 20.30 hours. For more information and the other lots look on our website

Viewing days
Saturday 28 September 2019 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Friday, October 4, 2019 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Tuesday 8 October 2019 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Anthony Fokkerweg 7
1422 AE Uithoorn
the Netherlands