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1984 500SEC Convertible Koenig Conversion Found in Minneapolis

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1984 500SEC Convertible Koenig Conversion

Spotted for Sale in the Midwest is a 1984 500SEC Convertible Koenig Conversion for $30,000 USD. This car has a long way to go before completion. I can appreciate his vision but it is such a big undertaking. I dont blame him for passing along the project to someone more ambitious. I hope it gets completed and enjoyed by the new owner.

1988 Mercedes 560SEC 6.0 AMG Wide Body Found in California

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1988 Mercedes 560SEC 6.0 AMG Wide Body

Spotted in Los Angeles is a 1988 Mercedes 560SEC 6.0 AMG Wide Body for $158,999 USD. These super rare Pre Merger cars have become very popular lately. Less than 50 examples built. This one for sale on Ebay has 126,000 original miles. It is a documented 6.0 widebody car which had steel fenders not fiberglass. Unfortunately the 4 valve heads were removed at some point in its life. Still a rare and very sought after car. There are currently 53 watchers on Ebay.

Mercedes W126 380SEC/500SEC/560SEC Factory Tow Hitch

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Mercedes W126 Factory Tow Hitch

Have you ever seen one of these? This is a Mercedes W126 380SEC 500SEC 560SEC Factory Tow Hitch. These rare tow hitches are mounted on each side by 3 bolts and a backing plate for reinforcement. I was not able to verify if the bumper was unique to cars with the tow hitch or if a modification was required. The entire tow hitch assembly sells for $2,000 USD on the open market. Not many will tow something with an old SEC but its cool to see that Mercedes took the time to make a tough and durable tow hitch for it. Its a cool and very rare item and important to document.

1991 Mercedes 560SEC AMG Factory Widebody Found in California

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1991 Mercedes 560SEC AMG Factory Widebody

Spotted in California is a 1991 Mercedes 560SEC AMG Factory Widebody. I am trying to make contact with the seller to find more details. This would be a super rare find if true and a worthy restoration project to undertake. There are so many questions to the legitimacy of this car. Hopefully more details soon.

What would you pay for this project?