1992 Mercedes 300e Sprotline

1992 Mercedes-Benz E-Class 300e for sale in Willow Springs, Illinois, United States

Item location: Willow Springs, Illinois, United States
Make: Mercedes-Benz
Model: E-Class
Type: Sedan
Trim: 300e
Year: 1992
Mileage: 250,000
VIN: WDBEA30D4NB719981
Color: Black
Engine size: 3.0 I6
Number of cylinders: 6
Power options: Air Conditioning, Cruise Control, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Seats
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Black
Safety options: Anti-Lock Brakes, Driver Airbag
Options: Cassette Player, Leather Seats, Sunroof
Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description for Mercedes-Benz E-Class 1992

Selling my Mercedes 300E Sportline. It was my project and I had a lot of plans for this car, but unfortunately due to circomstances need to put it for sale.
So here is some info about "sportline" version:
Mercedes-Benz offered an option called "Sportline" for the W124 and W201 chassis cars. This option was available in the North American market for the 1992-93 model year 190 E 2.6, 1992-93 300 E/300 CE and 1993-95 E 320/E 320 Coupé. In the European market, however, the "Sportline" option was available for all body styles except the E 500/500 E, all of which came standard with the Sportline package and every option. The package included sport seating(same as 500e) (sedans, not coupés), wider wheels (7" rather than 6.5") with wider profile tyres (205/60 x 15 rather than 195/65 x 15), quick ratio steering and a smaller diameter steering wheel, "Sportline" badges on the front wing moldings and gear knob, a slightly lowered ride height and a specially tuned suspension including shorter, stiffer springs, struts, anti-roll bars, and bushings.
I don't know how many of sportlines were imported in US, but I didn't find any of these on US market for now.
Here is info about this one:
This Mercedes is 1992. Has a straight 6 3.0L Engine which was producing 177hp when stock with 4 speed automatic transmission and 250K miles on dash. I drove it for 3 weeks and car runs smooth, I believe previous owner changed oil in transmission and torque converter. I put new water pump, alternator, spark plags with new wiring, also new serpentine belt, air filter, engine oil and coolant. Needs new head gasket(car overheats when 55F +, with heat ON it's ok, may be fans don't work to, didn't check it, I putted approx 1qt of oil for 3 weeks driving) and suspension work with brakes(no leak just pads and rotors). Some "animals" installed there subwoofer with aftermarket radio before and then removed it(you can see aftermarket speakers on top of stock ones inside, have no idea who did this, I removed random wiring inside and on engine bay. I may have a stock radio and this needs to be done too. Central lock doesn't work(vacuum leak somewhere, new pump didn't help)
Besides that A/C, Heat, Sunroof, Mirrors, heat seat and adjusting with memories, windows(except rear right need new motor I think), power steering, wheel adj. works fine.
Car was wrapped in blue which was pilling off, so I removed it and you can see on the pictures now it needs to be either buffed/repaint/wrapped/plastidiped. Body has almost no rust, except typical places in w124 under headlights and one spot under rear shock which need to be repaired. Got a new fenders which you can see on pictures. Seats got few places to repair but overall they feels and looks good, especially for 1992. 17' rims from w210 with good year 235/45/17 tires installed but tires need to be changed soon. Car does not need to be towed, you can drive it.
I'm interested to sell this car for someone who works with mercedeses and finish this project. No drift, stupid tuning or parting out, I wish to see it again driving somewhere in US again and maybe buy it back. I will have some extra parts for new owner. Have a carfax if needed. Thanks for watching, you can call me or text with any questions.

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