With an eye to the future, Mercedes built these no-compromise cars to last. With just 124,656 kilometers showing, this example is probably not even fully run in. Maintained correctly, it’s not uncommon to see these cars with well in excess of 400k kilometers. Originally supplied by JANDL & MÜLLER in Munich, the original Service Heft indicates 7 Mercedes dealer stamps up to 79,000 km’s in 1993.This particular model has been clearly used sparingly ever since, and was actually used in the last 3 years by a classic car dealer’s wife as her daily driver. Loathed to part with it, we’re sure the petrol consumption perhaps played a role. Never the less, these are incredible value for money classic cars, that will last a life time and beyond. The W126 was so far ahead of its time that novel luxury features/options included: airbags; traction control system; seat belt tensioners; ABS; safety crumple zones front and rear. Almost all of these features are available on modern luxury cars today, each in its own right was considered very significant in the 1980s and indicative of the Mercedes brand. Our wonderful example is currently registered in Germany, with of course historical registration and awaits its next custodian.