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NO RESERVE – 1987 Mercedes-Benz 300E

NO RESERVE 1987 Mercedes-Benz 300E

This 1987 Mercedes-Benz 300E is available at No Reserve in Montreal, Québec and is represented by a seller known to Collector Car Canada. The car is finished in Nautical Blue Metallic over a grey MB-Tex interior and is powered by a 3.0-liter inline-six mated to a four-speed automatic transmission. Equipment includes 15″ wheels, a sunroof, power-adjustable front seats, automatic climate control, wood trim, and an aftermarket Pioneer AM/FM/CD head unit. Recently acquired by the seller, this 300E shows 39K kilometers.

CCC Vital Info

Lot – 003
Seller – alexbert
Seller location – Montréal, QC H2B
VIN – WDBEA30D0HA468287
Odometer – 39,000 km; believed 139,000 km; TMU – True mileage unknown
Engine Info – 3.0L inline six-cylinder gasoline
Transmission Info – 4-speed automatic
Exterior Colour –  Nautical blue metallic
Interior Colour – Grey
Other features – A/C, Wood interior appointments, Power group, Cruise control, Sunroof
Category – European
Model page
Carfax Carfax report included in the gallery, images 38- 48

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Although no odometer discrepancy is noted on the included Carfax, the seller has forthrightly disclosed that the odometer was changed at 100,000 km and his good faith estimate of actual mileage is 100,000 km greater than shown on the odometer.  The car is offered at No Reserve in Montreal with a clean Carfax report, and Québec registration.  While the Carfax is clean and the seller voluntarily disclosed the odometer information, this unit is considered TMU – True Mileage Unknown.

 

 

The car is finished in Nautical Blue Metallic (929U) with dark grey rocker panels and bumper covers, the latter accented in black. Exterior equipment includes headlight wipers, a metal sunroof, and a power antenna with control switch on the wooden dash.  A trailer hitch is installed.

 

 

Factory 15″ alloy wheels are wrapped in two pairs of tires:  Uniroyal Tiger Paws up front and Toyo Touring in the rear.  Factory tire size is 195/75.

 

The seller has also been upfront about rust.  There is perforation in a small area fore of the rear left wheel and further small patches of surface rust along the same wheel opening

 

The power-adjustable front seats are trimmed in Grey MB-Tex and feature position memory for the driver. Matching grey is in place on the rear seats and door panels while amenities include wood trim, automatic climate control, cruise control, an adjustable steering column, power group and a factory anti-theft warning system.

 

A four-spoke steering wheel fronts a 240-km/h speedometer, to the right a 7000-rpm tachometer with 6100 redline and clock within as well as to the left, gauges for fuel level, oil pressure, and coolant temperature within a round. Approximately 39K kilometers are shown on the six-digit odometer.  Seller states that the odometer was changed at approximately 100,000 km.

 

 

The 3.0-liter M103 inline-six was factory-rated at 177 horsepower and 188 lb-ft of torque. Power is sent to the rear wheels through a four-speed automatic transmission.

 

The Carfax report shows no accidents or damage and lists history in Québec since new.

NO RESERVE – 1987 Mercedes-Benz 300E

Winning Bid: $4,500

Item condition: Used

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Total Bids Placed:

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Highest bidder was: autobahn

Bidder Name Bidding Time Bid Auto
autobahn June 16, 2021 2:48 pm $4,500
miked99 June 16, 2021 2:47 pm $4,400
autobahn June 16, 2021 2:46 pm $4,299
miked99 June 16, 2021 2:46 pm $4,100
autobahn June 16, 2021 2:44 pm $3,999
miked99 June 16, 2021 2:41 pm $3,500
autobahn June 16, 2021 2:17 pm $2,999
khanak June 16, 2021 9:10 am $200
md June 16, 2021 8:12 am $100
Auction started June 10, 2021 12:33 am

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AlexBert

Hello Watchers and potential Bidders. Following Popular demand and Rubbereyes Rubbereyes ‘s request: I uploaded 4 pictures taken From the Pavement.

I will have the W124 on a Lift Tomorrow to take tremendous pictures of usual areas.

Keep Note that this car is essentially a 1 owner Car. That explains Why it is So well preserved. We don’t see W124 anymore. Best Era. Best Class.

It projects an Image of Professionalism. Any lawyers, real estate Agents, financial planners in the Audience visiting clients, suppliers. You Will look like Someone TipTop Notch in that great Sedan. On Top of the Game. People will give You more Business, More contracts.

Instant MoJo in sight.

+it is dirt Cheap to insure. BID and Bid a Lot. Once in a lifetime opportunity. It’s Here, and Now. Opportunity not to be missed.

AlexBert

Good Morning Everyone!! Lot #3 on CCC!

I am Happy to Present the W124 300E to the CCCC, Collector Car Canada Community!

I want to thank The MasterMind behind the creation of this wonderful Site. David. True Car enthusiast and a StandUp Guy. My new friend. I encourage You to List your Collector car with David. Total breeze, From the Start and I can Feel the breeze will rule the whole process.

David experienced US Auction Online sites, and the experience He and I had: American ‘Winners’ facing the importation cost, cancelled their purchase, not having the shoulders to Walk-Their-Talk, on less than 10000$ car. Buyer’s fees are not High Enough! IMHO.

That is What Canadians experiment When They sell cars below 10000K. Buyers throw the Towel.

NO BS: Full Transparency.

This dramatic scenario ends with CCC. Welcome Heaven!!
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So going back to the Car: Brilliant W124 300E, in Nautical Blue here.

MB brought All the knowledge learned from 60+ years of Experience, including Amazing Success they got with iconic W123, and created next generation, the W124.

The Result is Stunning. Bigger, Wider. Bank Vault on Wheel, part 2.

The Odo was changed at 100K. Reset to zero. 39k kms since then.
Car shows 39000 kms on CarFax.

The car drives likes a 39K kms car. Looks Gorgeous. Only a small Rust Repair quarter panel driver side, left. a Little Love and it’s back ShowRoom Again.

Pictures of Undercarriage will be uploaded today Monday, Max Tuesday.

Feel Free to Ask any question.

A lot of Life in that Car. Let’s say another 34 years. An Acquisition that You can Transfer to Next Generation when time will come. Collector Grade. Transfer to the next generation, and the Next Again probably, hopefully.

Mercedes-Benz reaches 100th Birthday in 5 years. Time to Buy Now!

GO FOT it! Time to Buy is NOW.

Bid, and Bid a Lot!! You won’t regret the Acquisition. Balance Sheet Worthy. A true GEM!

Good Luck!

PS: Car was in the same family for 34 years. Grand Pa, 33 1/2 years of ownership. Transferred to GrandDaughter 6 months, not into Collector car. Found Paul. Find YOU!

Last edited 4 months ago by AlexBert
Rubbereyes

My comment on the rust is based on many years of car ownership in Ontario. I see that kind of rust that’s shown in the pictures and I know, based on my experience, that there is going to be more rust that, yes, would be evident on chassis pictures. So I would ask the owner and his representative, to show chassis pictures in detail as that information is important not only in Quebec and Ontario but all provinces and US cars. It’s extremely important information to make a decision on a used vehicle purchase. Unfortunately not all have the ability to go a view the auction item in person.

collectorcarcanada.ca

Rubbereyes Rubbereyes – thank you for kicking off the comments and for being part of the growing CCC community.
We refer you to the commenting guidelines on our FAQ page, one particular applicable phrase is “fact over speculation and guesswork”. We understand why you would be concerned about rust, though a speculative statement like yours is not the responsible approach. We would encourage you to ask the seller to post photos of the underside or any other specific areas of concern. If he is smart, he will come to you with a constructive reply. For this seller, specifically, let’s consider that he has included close-ups of the disclosed rust areas for this auction, what he has voluntarily said about the odometer and that he has included underside shots in his other auctions.
The beauty of the public forum and a one-week auction is that they enable visible-for-all due diligence to get the buyer the car he expects and the seller a market price.
Everyone is new here so we give you the benefit of the doubt and are going to leave the comment you wrote as is. Over to you.

Rubbereyes

I’ll bet there’s a lot of hidden rust. Too bad.