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Body Style: Sedan
Exterior Color: White
Interior Color: Gray
Engine: 6 Cylinders
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Features: A/C: Front, Cruise Control, Power Locks, Power Steering, Power Seats, Airbag: Driver, Airbag: Passenger, Alarm, Anti-Lock Brakes, Fog Lights, Cassette Radio, CD Changer, CD Player, Power Windows, Rear Window Defroster, Rear Window Wiper, Alloy Wheels, Sunroof/Moonroof, Third Row Seats
Selling Points: Bought at 80K from an MB specialist (who preventatively replaced the wiring harness, head gasket and radiator), and rigorously maintained since then: * As scheduled not only by MB, but also by the Mercedes Club of America?s The Star magazine. * Using exclusively MB parts and fluids. * By MB specialists exclusively. The car has the following items: passenger airbag, traction control (ASR), cargo net / divider and cover, third row seats, roof bars, heated front seats, original premium wheels, original multi-CD player.I also added a cup holder in the armrest, and a tailgate-mounted bike carrier (Thule).Selling because, with now a second son, we would like more airbags and space.
Condition: I have all the maintenance records (as well as the original documentation, tools, etc.), showing e.g. that: * The engine oil (and filter) was replaced every 7.5K, using Mobil 1 0W40 exclusively. * The fuel filter and O2 sensor were replaced every 60K. * The timing chain (+tensioner +guides +etc.) was replaced at 120K. * The coolant and thermostat were replaced every 3 years, using MB's neutral coolant exclusively. * The transmission oil (and filter and pan gasket) was replaced every 30K. * The differential grease was replaced every 30K. * The brake fluid was replaced every 2 years. * The power steering fluid and filter were replaced every 30K, using MB's ad hoc fluid exclusively. * The rear suspension's hydraulic fluid and filter were replaced every 30K. (This maintenance is often neglected.) * The car also has: + A new battery and alternator (both MB/OEM). + Recent Michelin MXV4s and front shocks. (And the rear spheres were replaced in 2005.)
Try this link:
1995 Mercedes-Benz E-Class E320 Wagon, $6,500 - Cars.com
I remember discussing this car when you offered for sale a few years ago at $11,000.
$6500 is back on this planet considering the level of care. I wouldn't part with mine for any less. Good luck!