Lot 475- 1987 Mercedes-Benz 300 SDL 

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Rare opportunity to find a stunning and all original W126 chassis diesel long wheelbase model S Class! 1 of only 5,509 produced in 1987. Special ordered and sold new on 12/23/1986 at Van Housen Motors in Sacramento, CA, to the first owner who was on the board of directors for Bank of America, after an 18-year ownership, the car was sold in June of 2005 to the 2nd owner, who was a private charter plane pilot. The car was stored in his private hangar while not in use during his flights between Seattle and Anchorage. 3.0L inline-6 turbo diesel, with a 4-speed automatic transmission. Beautiful color scheme of Midnight Blue & Stratus Gray two-toned exterior with Stratus Gray Leather interior. Equipment includes dual power front seats with memory function, power windows and door locks, power sunroof, and automatic temperature control, includes original manuals and books as well as the original first aid kit. The odometer shows just over 132,000 original miles. #1 concours condition is valued at $31,900, #2 excellent condition are valued at $19,000, #3 good condition are valued at $12,000, and #4 fair condition are valued at $10,200. Looks and drives like it has 70,000 miles. I would say this 300SDL would fall between “good” and “excellent” condition. Now is your chance to obtain a future classic before values sky-rocket!