1995 Mercedes-Benz E220 Coupe (C124)

Tidy face-lift example with mushroom hide, walnut trim and auto 'box; elegant pillarless coupe

Supplied new in August 1995 this later model C124 Series pillarless coupe is finished in attractive Tourmaline Green with mushroom hide interior and walnut trim and sits on its original spec 8-hole 15inch alloy wheels and wears a discreet boot spoiler.  Fitted here with the more economic 2.2 litre four cylinder M111.960 engine developing 148bhp in the coupe driving the rear wheels via 4-speed automatic transmission with Sports and Economy modes.

Within the history file we find the V5C, owner's pack and service book showing the car was supplied new by SMAC Continental Ltd of Essex who carried out the PDI and following first service with a further 4 stamped services all by Mercedes main dealer Lancaster Lakeside, the last in January 1999 at 36,554 miles.

There are no invoices on file for subsequent service or maintenance work, but given the car's excellent general state we don't doubt it has been looked after by its 6 former owners, the current since August 2020. In addition, we also have the V5C, old V5C, 3 old MOTs, invoices for MOTs and current MOT valid until November 2021 with no advisories recorded.  A look at the MOT history shows the car has covered little more than 2,500 miles since 2013 and currently shows 131,227 miles.

These C124 Series Mercs still look sharp and hail from the era of serious quality in a Mercedes - the current condition of both the exterior and interior testament to that.

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Reg No: N680ATU
Chassis Number: WDB1240422C273340
Engine Number: 11196022097358
Engine Size: 2199
Docs: V5C; owner's pack & service book with 6 historic stamps; 3 old MOTs; invoice; MOT November 2021 with no advisories recorded

Estimate: £4,250+

Lot 67

Lot ended

Monday 17/05/2021

Hammer Price (inc. buyers premium)

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