For those who are enthusiasts of the AC Schnitzer tuner cars from the 1980’s. Here is a tribute that has a lot of potential. This car has many of the ACS options available at that time. This 1992 example has a manual transmission with a short shift kit and a 4.10 LSD. It has the full genuine AC Schnitzer body kit including rear trunk wing. The ACS 16 inch wheels are the original anthracite grey color and have not been restored. It has the rare Schnitzer front strut bar as well as an the Schnitzer Exhaust Muffler. It was upgraded with Garagistic stainless brake lines and thicker sway bars. The Differential was upgraded to a 4:10 with LSD ( Limited Slip). The car has a lot of potential and would be a good candidate for a restoration.
This Euro Car was ordered in Classic White (737U) with Blue Velour (942) Interior. It has had only 1 owner since new and is believed to have been upgraded by AMG Germany from new. The car comes with a staggered set of Rial Wheels with brand new tires. It has euro headlights with wipers along with the full AMG Gen 1 Body kit including trunk spoiler. The sound system consists of the ultra rare Clarion G80 sound system while the rear deck has been upgraded with subwoofer and speaker fin upgrade commonly found in other AMG cars. This vehicle has an interesting history. It was featured in an episode of Rod Sterling’s The Twilight Zone Show. This episode which originally aired on Feb 7, 1986 featured this 500sec throughout the episode driven by the Man in White.
For Sale is a very rare 1993 Mercedes 500GE Euro G Wagon. This 500GE for sale in California was imported privately and legalized and is a well kept example of the first V8 engine G-Wagen, which had the M117 V8 under the hood. This rare car was officially imported into the USA and was CARB approved for California. It passes smog and ready to be enjoyed. Most 500GE were produced in Amethyst Blue Metallic however this one is one of the very few factory painted silver examples. This example has been fitted with a very desirable 5.5 Liter M117 V8 engine.
The limited edition 500 GE was never officially offered to the public. MB marketing folks doubted that there was a market for a 200,000 Deutschmark 4×4. So, instead of printing brochures etc and offering it to a large audience MB salesmen in Germany casually told owners of S-Class and G-Class about the prospect of a [...]