If you ever want to own a car that is reminiscent of the 80’s, this 1984 Mercedes-Benz 500 SEC could be in your lane.
This special 500 was for sale courtesy of SEC Bonhams It has been living in the UK since it was first registered in 1985. It has been equipped with several variations from Lorisner and sports an all-white finish.
The list reveals that this 500 SEC has spent a lot of time in storage since 2010 and has recently been acquired and re-commissioned by the seller. As part of the reconstruction, the paint and interior were refreshed.
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The exterior finish is known as the 737 Classic White and although the paintwork is not perfect, it seems to be in very good condition considering the age of the car. Nicely complemented by the paint is the white 16-inch wheel and the front and rear valence of the laurel. The exterior of the car also has various chrome trimming and a set of Mercedes Ricken Road performance tires that were fitted earlier this year.
Mushroom-colored leather is found in the cabin across door panels, transmission tunnels and dashboards. Wood veneer was added in the 1980’s, especially across the center console and dashboard. A four-spoke Momo steering wheel was also fitted as part of the Lorensar upgrade. Although most cabins are standard, the car is fitted with a Kenwood KRC-1022D radio / cassette player.
This classic S-Class is powered by the original V8 engine that, in its day, produced 228 hp (170 kW) at 4,750 rpm and was enough to propel the car to a maximum speed of 140 mph (225 km / h).