1999 Mercedes-Benz E240 Limo (W210)

Coleman Milne Limo version of Mercedes' E240 that was in regular use and business service until late Oct-21

Dating from June 1999 this W210 series E-class comes to us in E240 Classic form, packing the 2.4 litre V6 engine under the bonnet driving the rear wheels via 5-speed automatic transmission with Sports and Winter mode.

Converted by well known specialists Coleman Milne when new in week 25 of 2006, the car is finished in black and features blue cloth trim, wood trim, electric windows, climate control with AC, electric partition glass, electric mirrors, traction control and cruise control.

In addition, as a Limo variant, we see an extra pair of doors providing a further row of seating with provision for 3 extra passengers permitting carriage of 8 people and their luggage including the driver/Chauffeur.

The car was in service until entered into the sale and looks to have been maintained for regular use showing the usual bubbling on the additional section and doors (see images) which seems the norm on these Coleman Milne conversions. There are a few other marks commensurate with its age, mileage and use. The interior has worn its 114,863 miles well.

The history file includes only the V5C showing 5 former keepers, the current since 2014 and old V5C along with an MOT valid until December 2022 recording just 1 minor advisory for an oil leak. Ready for work or some kind of play, it would make an interesting school run machine if you have numerous kids or something interesting to use for a charity rally or otherwise.

For more information contact - will.daniels@brightwells.com

Reg No: T349VJN
Chassis Number: WDB2100612A895518
Engine Number: 11291130444549
Engine Size: 2398

Estimate: £3,000-4,000

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