1991 Mercedes-Benz 560SEC
Coupe Car for sale in Chula Vista, California 91911
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1991 Mercedes-Benz 560SEC $13,500
This 560SEC Coupe is a coveted addition to any classic portfolio with scarcity, stunning beauty, and legendary performance. THE "Banker's Hot-Rod" is one of the last year of production for 560SEC Coupes (1 of 2138 units) in a stunning and rare color combination of "Garnet red metallic #512" and "Creme Beige #265" leather combining to highlight the elegance of the "pillarless" design.
Purchased new 9/20/90 with "Tourist" Delivery at the factory, was shipped to southern California where it was cherished for 17 years . Second owner, an enthusiast in New Mexico, had meticulous maintenance, service, and quality improvements kept precise records (3 ring binder full), copious notes, MB books manuals, Agreed Value ($25,000) insurance documents, and appraisal. Recent Major # 3-Z Service which included all new fluids, brakes, trans., active suspension system, verified new cam chains and oilers, new set of Pirelli (215/55R16XL 97H) All Season Cinturato P7's. Runs and drives beautifully, clean interior, no cracks in dash, excellent body with no rust issues, no leaks. Not a trailer-queen show car but an excellent tourer worthy of car shows and front-row valet parking.
1991 Mercedes-Benz 560SEC Specifications
Classic Car ID100914679
Trim Body Style
Custom Exterior ColorMB Garnet Red Metallic
Chula Vista, CA
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