Lot 616- 1989 Mercedes Benz 560 SEL


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From 1979 through 1991, the W126 was Mercedes Benz 2nd generation of S-Class automobiles. These cars were highly advanced in comfort, safety, reliability and performance. In-fact, the 1989 560 SEL would retail for north of $72,000 new. Now to put that in to perspective, a absolute top of the line Cadillac Fleetwood Brougham cost a measely $26,000 new. These cars were sold in every corner of the world and in many parts of the world you still see them operational today for long haul use such as cabs, police cars etc in third world countries. This particular unit has been in my family since it was purchased new in California, where the car lived until the early 2000’s when my dad brought it to his lake house in Washington. This car has been well taken care of and is in good running condition.With just over 130,000 original miles on the original engine and gearbox. The car has custom wheels, also included will be the original wheels and hardware.The car has been well maintained and there is a stack of repair/maintenance invoices that will be included with the car. Known issues: ABS light is on. Am/fm stereo is non-operational. Missing/broken interior trim pieces.

Located in Bremerton, WA.