Up for sale is a well looked after example of the 124 series cabriolet, with only 111,000 miles on the clock from new. With the exception of the AMG models, this is the highest specification cabriolet model sold in the 124 series. These cars are becoming very collectable globally, with less than 4,000 sold in the US market for the 1995 year.
This particular car is located in South Carolina, and the current owner has fitted new brakes, battery and has recently re-covered the fronts seats. The car retains its original Smoke Silver paint, mushroom leather interior trim and has its factory chocolate soft top which is in excellent condition.
As you’d expect for a 124 Mercedes, everything still works well. The car has power everything, including the chocolate soft top, power antenna and satellite radio. The chromed 16 inch wheels were a factory option and look fantastic on the cabriolet. This car is a must-see for the classic Mercedes enthusiast, and represents the end of an era in Mercedes over-engineering.
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I've treated this baby like my child! She's tan, or "Smoke Silver" as Mercedes calls it, with tan leather interior, chocolate brown top. She has 111,000 miles on her, new brakes and battery, recently recovered front leather seats. Power everything, including top. Satellite radio, chromed wheels, power antenna. Beautiful car!
Chairman spotted for sale on https://www.beforward.jp/ - from its home town. Looks to be in excellent condition, but mileage unknown. Based on the W124 Mercedes sedan, the Ssanygong Chairman enabled the W124 to effectively extend its life over more than 20 years (and why not given Merc put so much time and effort into designing the W124).
Still curious about how much of the underlying shell is W124..
This is the first EB SVO we've seen - which we presume is a genuine car, although the advertisement provided no build number details, and virtually no details about the car generally. It appears to have some interesting SVO features including SVO front grille, spoiler, badging, dashboard, steering wheel and seat trim. Looks in good condition from the images. Not sure what work would have been done to the engine.
Another C36 AMG spotted in NZ. This one has been advertised for at least 6 months, still no buyer at $14,995. Low KM at 130,000. Looks in relatively good condition. Like a lot of cars in NZ< we believe this one was a private import, as the seller (dealer) advertise the fact that they import a lot of cars from Japan.
Check out the others on the register.
A modern classic benz, the C36 was the first mass produced AMG offering, and these are fast becoming very collectable, especially with low mileage. This particular cat has only 92,000km on the clock - exceptional for its age. Only 5,200 were built in total. This C36 was spotted on Trademe NZ in December 2019. The original advertisement stated that the car had no Kiwi owners - so we presume this car has been imported from Japan or the UK.
If you've got one, we'd love to see more added to the register so the details of these modern classics can be kept alive.
Spotted for sale on Ebay Australia in November 2019, this is a very rare SVO enhanced Falcon - only one other on the register here. At the time it was offered, the seller made the following comments: 1989 Ford Falcon EA SVO sedan, limited edition modified by performance engine builder Mick Webb and sold through authorised Ford dealers, the SVO was Ford's 'hero' car to compete against the likes of HSV and Nissan SVD.
This Chairman was advertised in QLD Australia on Gumtree.com.au in November 2019. It was originally advertised as a a 2007 model, but a rego search confirms its a 2005. Low ks, buf not sure how well its been looked after, certainly going cheap asking only $1,000 - no rego at the time it was offered, NOt many of these sold in Australia.. If yiou've got one, sign up and add yours to the register.
This Humber Super Snipe Mark IV Limousine was manufactured and assembled in the UK in 1953. This is unusual for an Australian Humber as they were usually exported to Australia in a completely knocked down form for assembly at the Rootes factory at Fishermans Bend in Melbourne.
It is believed that this particular car was one of six Humber Super Snipe Limousines that were delivered to Brisbane in January 1954 for the Queens Coronation Tour of Australia. Government archives indicate that these cars were on loan from the manufacturer for the duration of the tour.