1992 Mercedes-Benz 190E (W201)

Tidy, later model 1.8 litre 5-speed manual 190 showing just 101,315 miles; a very usable Modern Classic Merc

Dating from January 1992 this later model W201 series of 190 is finished in red with grey sports checker interior and is powered by the fuel injected (the ‘E’ in 190E) 1,797cc four-cylinder 8v engine which develops 108bhp, mated here to 5-speed manual transmission driving the rear wheels. Options fitted to this example include electric front windows, electric sunroof, wood trim around the gear selector, front fog lamps, electric passenger mirror and rear boot spoiler. We also see a modern CD player has been fitted along with a set of more modern Mercedes branded 7-spoke alloy wheels. Showing 101,315 miles the car presents well bar a few small areas that require cosmetic attention as pictured. The W201 models were built very well, and that so many survive with many having covered galactic mileage is a testament to their quality and on that basis, at just 101k this one is likely barely run in! Within the history file, we find the V5c, 14 old MOTs; invoices including a recent bill for £194.11 which covered two new rear brake hoses and a welding repair to the off side chassis for the MOT, new discs and pads in December 2019, new thermostat in January 2020, strut top mount in June 2019, clutch master cylinder in September 2016 and other older service invoices from the mid-90s. Coming with a current MOT valid until January 2022 with no advisories recorded the car looks ready to be employed as a retro modern classic with daily use appeal for little outlay and a MB badge.

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Reg No: J223CWJ
Chassis Number: WDB2010182F924274
Engine Number: 10291020082762
Engine Size: 1797
Docs: V5C; invoices; 14 old MOTs; current MOT January 2022 with no advisories

Estimate: £3,000+

Lot 94

Lot ended

Thursday 18/02/2021

Hammer Price (inc. buyers premium)

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