– Mercedes-Benz 300 CE-24 Convertible from the W124 series
– delivered and always registered in Germany
– original 3.0 litre 6-cylinder engine with 162 kW (220 hp) and automatic gearbox
– some re-paint work done
– well-kept black leather interior
– original alloys
– anti-theft alarm, climate control, heated seats, dual airbags, windbreaker
– original Becker Grand Prix 2000 radio
– User manuals and various repair receipts
– German registration documents, new technical approval upon purchase
Not open for everyone, but if open, then for four
Mercedes-Benz convertible lovers had to wait for it for a full two decades: A convertible, which offered no jump seats, but comfortable seats in the rear. There had been no such car since the end of production of the W108 series. In 1992 it was time again! The convertible based on the E-Class (W124) coupé, presented in 1987 – at a time when the corresponding sedan had been out for sale for eight years straight. Early customers weren’t to be deterred by the high purchase price of 100,000 marks, and what they got, was a technically sophisticated vehicle with the proven 3 litre four-valve engine.
In subsequent years, the engine range was extended downwards, yet even the basic version with four-cylinder engine still set you back some 80,000 DM. From October 1996 to July 1997 there was the special “Final Edition” with an elegant, black-brown burl wood.
Since many A124 endet up as tuning victims, un-tinkered original models are now fast advancing to valuable classics.