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MERCEDES 500 SEC 1989 RARE 1 PREVIOUS For Sale

1989 Mercedes 500 SEC 2 door coupe finished in Silver Sand with full Chocolate Brown hide interior with Walnut Dash and door cappings. This 1 previous owner car has covered 131,000 miles and is in a condition which totally belies its mileage. SEE THE FEATURE IN CLASSIC & SPORTS CAR JULY 2019 ABOUT THE MERCEDES 500 SEC At the time of production, this model was the flagship of the Mercedes range and the car comes with most options that were available at the time of build. These include climate control, Automatic transmission, automatic seat belts, 4 electric windows (making the car pillar-less when all 4 are open), electric tilt and slide sun roof, fully adjustable electric seats, automatic aerial, headlamp wiper/washer and has 18 inch Mercedes Genuine AMG alloy wheels. The car comes with 12 months MOT with no advisories and with a comprehensively stamped service book demonstrating a high level of maintenance. The car is currently garaged and has been for most of its life and is undersealed. This model of Mercedes gives a huge degree of comfort whilst having a sporty feel to the driving of the car and is now becoming collectable. This car has very little wrong with it but the rear wheel arches will need attention. The Mercedes-Benz W126 were introduced in September 1979 as the successor to the earlier W116 line, the W126 was the second generation of the Mercedes-Benz flagship to officially bear the S-Class name. The W126 was initially offered in straight-6, V8, and turbo diesel saloon models. In September 1981, 2-door Coupé versions (C126) of the W126 were introduced. The W126 S-Class debuted a new Mercedes-Benz design style which was subsequently used on other vehicles in the company's lineup. The W126 line also introduced many Mercedes-Benz safety innovations, including the first seatbelt pre-tensioners. In 1981, the Coupé version C126 SEC, was premiered at the IAA with the 500 SEC model. The W126 had a twelve-year production run between 1979 and 1991, the longest of any S-Class generation since the flagship models were first built in the mid-1950s. Customers for new SECs would have included company directors, football managers and millionaires after something a little more subtle than the Rolls Royce. The engine is easy to maintain, reliable, and diagnosis of any issues is relatively straightforward. With only 300 licensed in the UK why not look to add this to your classic car collection or just own this lovely condition car for comfort, style and a sense of opulence.
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