1991 Mercedes-Benz 190E
Later model example showing just 49,000 miles in lovely order throughout; 1.8 fuel injected petrol engine with automatic transmission
Supplied new by Hughes of Beaconsfield in March 1991 this later model face-lift W201 190E features the fuel injected M102.910 4-cylinder petrol engine developing 107Bhp and 150NM of torque, driving the rear wheels here, through 4-speed automatic transmission.
Finished in Pearl Blue, this tidy 49,311 mile example is believed to have remained in sole family ownership until our vendor, a local retro classic Mercedes enthusiast acquired the car earlier this year to add to his portfolio.
The car looks remarkably unmolested and tidy, with its matt blue lower trim with rubber bumper inserts and still rides on it original 15inch steel wheels with plastic MB wheel trims. Inside, we find grey cloth seats, electric sun roof, electric front windows, Zebrano wood trim around the gear shift, manual rear windows, central front armrest, electric passenger mirror, seat nets and period radio cassette (another period unit is in the boot). Under the boot floor we find the spare, tool kit and emergency triangle on the underside of the boot lid.
The history file includes the V5C showing 6 former keepers, handbook, service booklet revealing 10 stamps, the last in July 2008 at 33,276 miles, 11 old MOTs and a selection of invoices for parts and maintenance including a new alternator in 2013, new coil spring and service in 2015 and fitment of an OSF lower ball joint and service in August 2017 at 45,301 miles.
Ready to be enjoyed, the car looks in uncommonly original and unmolested order with a simple unfussy spec and low mileage.
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Reg No: H92JUD
Chassis Number: WDB2010182F820099
Engine Number: 10291022007589
Engine Size: 1797
Docs: V5C; owner's pack & service book with 10 stamps; invoices; 11 old MOTs; current MOT Nov 2021 with no advisories
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