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    SOLD: 1995 E500 Limited 6.0 AMG, Black/Black/Red, 84kkm (Japan auction)

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    Re: 1995 E60 1 of 12 for sale in Dubai 84K blue/black auction

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    Re: 1995 E60 1 of 12 for sale in Dubai 84K blue/black auction

    This car is for sale in Japan not Dubai - it goes to auction in 16 hours from now:
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    Re: 1995 E60 1 of 12 for sale in Dubai 84K blue/black auction

    It's a conversion... code 958 only, as seen in the datacard Jono posted above.

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    Re: FS: 1995 E500 Limited 6.0 AMG, Black/Black/Red, 84kkm (Japan auction)

    If I ever drive an E60, i'll have to have the money to buy it, because I don't want anything sexier to take away from the unconditional love I have for my E500.

    In the UK, we have to keep below 90mph pretty much all the time. Some motorways have less surveillance than others, same with the A-roads, but the time is coming where we'll be continually watched by cameras . As I get older, I'm appreciating more and more driving slowly, especially in the 500. A couple of weeks ago I was driving back from my kid's school - a good 2.5 hours in the car, and I purposely drove slowly - on or around 60mph all the way. I exulted in the new feel of the car. The smoothness, and the response from a little push on the accelerator and the feel of reeling it back in... (it's the only car i've ever really enjoyed driving in my stockinged feet)

    Having said that - the UK didn't sign a European treaty of some kind that meant that speeding offenders could be chased back to their homes in England, so basically if you're not caught by a real policeman with a radar gun in Europe, you'll be ok.. If you are caught however, you can expect to be punished.

    So without abusing the privilege (because who wants Johnny Foreigner speeding through your country at 140mph?) I did have several opportunities to drive the car fast in Europe on my trip from the UK to Italy last Christmas. Whereas in England you have to take your foot off the pedal at 100mph or you risk losing your licence, in France and Italy there's the freedom, occasionally, to do that.

    The car completely changes character above 100mph. It becomes tighter and the engine snarls and you feel/hear another side to the car completely. From 100 to 120/130 and very occasionally beyond (I had a stint in Germany on the way back) it's like the car is completely made for those speeds. It hunkers down, like 911s, you lose very little of the quietness or comfort of course, but what you feel through the wheel and the suspension is magical, it was sublime, sporty, requiring full concentration like any brilliant sports car, communicating and making you forget completely that it's a saloon.

    While I was looking to buy, I spoke to a very kind gentleman that said the E500 he had was better than his 5-year old Aston. He was fully aware of how that sounded, doubtful and absurd when he told me, but after a couple of thousand miles in the car in Europe I can only imagine that he was absolutely right. I'm so happy I didn't get a Continental GT instead.....

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    Re: FS: 1995 E500 Limited 6.0 AMG, Black/Black/Red, 84kkm (Japan auction)

    Quote Originally Posted by IanAtkins View Post
    If I ever drive an E60, i'll have to have the money to buy it, because I don't want anything sexier to take away from the unconditional love I have for my E500.

    In the UK, we have to keep below 90mph pretty much all the time. Some motorways have less surveillance than others, same with the A-roads, but the time is coming where we'll be continually watched by cameras . As I get older, I'm appreciating more and more driving slowly, especially in the 500. A couple of weeks ago I was driving back from my kid's school - a good 2.5 hours in the car, and I purposely drove slowly - on or around 60mph all the way. I exulted in the new feel of the car. The smoothness, and the response from a little push on the accelerator and the feel of reeling it back in... (it's the only car i've ever really enjoyed driving in my stockinged feet)

    Having said that - the UK didn't sign a European treaty of some kind that meant that speeding offenders could be chased back to their homes in England, so basically if you're not caught by a real policeman with a radar gun in Europe, you'll be ok.. If you are caught however, you can expect to be punished.

    So without abusing the privilege (because who wants Johnny Foreigner speeding through your country at 140mph?) I did have several opportunities to drive the car fast in Europe on my trip from the UK to Italy last Christmas. Whereas in England you have to take your foot off the pedal at 100mph or you risk losing your licence, in France and Italy there's the freedom, occasionally, to do that.

    The car completely changes character above 100mph. It becomes tighter and the engine snarls and you feel/hear another side to the car completely. From 100 to 120/130 and very occasionally beyond (I had a stint in Germany on the way back) it's like the car is completely made for those speeds. It hunkers down, like 911s, you lose very little of the quietness or comfort of course, but what you feel through the wheel and the suspension is magical, it was sublime, sporty, requiring full concentration like any brilliant sports car, communicating and making you forget completely that it's a saloon.

    While I was looking to buy, I spoke to a very kind gentleman that said the E500 he had was better than his 5-year old Aston. He was fully aware of how that sounded, doubtful and absurd when he told me, but after a couple of thousand miles in the car in Europe I can only imagine that he was absolutely right. I'm so happy I didn't get a Continental GT instead.....
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    Re: FS: 1995 E500 Limited 6.0 AMG, Black/Black/Red, 84kkm (Japan auction)

    Some have nicknamed these E500E's "The Locomotive", because they just plant and go...

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    Re: FS: 1995 E500 Limited 6.0 AMG, Black/Black/Red, 84kkm (Japan auction)

    Quote Originally Posted by IanAtkins View Post
    If I ever drive an E60, i'll have to have the money to buy it, because I don't want anything sexier to take away from the unconditional love I have for my E500.

    In the UK, we have to keep below 90mph pretty much all the time. Some motorways have less surveillance than others, same with the A-roads, but the time is coming where we'll be continually watched by cameras . As I get older, I'm appreciating more and more driving slowly, especially in the 500. A couple of weeks ago I was driving back from my kid's school - a good 2.5 hours in the car, and I purposely drove slowly - on or around 60mph all the way. I exulted in the new feel of the car. The smoothness, and the response from a little push on the accelerator and the feel of reeling it back in... (it's the only car i've ever really enjoyed driving in my stockinged feet)

    Having said that - the UK didn't sign a European treaty of some kind that meant that speeding offenders could be chased back to their homes in England, so basically if you're not caught by a real policeman with a radar gun in Europe, you'll be ok.. If you are caught however, you can expect to be punished.

    So without abusing the privilege (because who wants Johnny Foreigner speeding through your country at 140mph?) I did have several opportunities to drive the car fast in Europe on my trip from the UK to Italy last Christmas. Whereas in England you have to take your foot off the pedal at 100mph or you risk losing your licence, in France and Italy there's the freedom, occasionally, to do that.

    The car completely changes character above 100mph. It becomes tighter and the engine snarls and you feel/hear another side to the car completely. From 100 to 120/130 and very occasionally beyond (I had a stint in Germany on the way back) it's like the car is completely made for those speeds. It hunkers down, like 911s, you lose very little of the quietness or comfort of course, but what you feel through the wheel and the suspension is magical, it was sublime, sporty, requiring full concentration like any brilliant sports car, communicating and making you forget completely that it's a saloon.

    While I was looking to buy, I spoke to a very kind gentleman that said the E500 he had was better than his 5-year old Aston. He was fully aware of how that sounded, doubtful and absurd when he told me, but after a couple of thousand miles in the car in Europe I can only imagine that he was absolutely right. I'm so happy I didn't get a Continental GT instead.....

    epic post Sir! You describe the soul of the car perfectly.

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    Re: FS: 1995 E500 Limited 6.0 AMG, Black/Black/Red, 84kkm (Japan auction)

    In short, You have a 500E wich is good and sound, keep it that way and surprise your self, every now and then with this "time capsul" enjoy driving and
    ownership. You happen to be the lucky owner of the 6 liter variant, enjoy driving and ownership even more so, youre in heaven.
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    Re: FS: 1995 E500 Limited 6.0 AMG, Black/Black/Red, 84kkm (Japan auction)

    Quote Originally Posted by IanAtkins View Post
    If I ever drive an E60, i'll have to have the money to buy it, because I don't want anything sexier to take away from the unconditional love I have for my E500.

    In the UK, we have to keep below 90mph pretty much all the time. Some motorways have less surveillance than others, same with the A-roads, but the time is coming where we'll be continually watched by cameras . As I get older, I'm appreciating more and more driving slowly, especially in the 500. A couple of weeks ago I was driving back from my kid's school - a good 2.5 hours in the car, and I purposely drove slowly - on or around 60mph all the way. I exulted in the new feel of the car. The smoothness, and the response from a little push on the accelerator and the feel of reeling it back in... (it's the only car i've ever really enjoyed driving in my stockinged feet)

    Having said that - the UK didn't sign a European treaty of some kind that meant that speeding offenders could be chased back to their homes in England, so basically if you're not caught by a real policeman with a radar gun in Europe, you'll be ok.. If you are caught however, you can expect to be punished.

    So without abusing the privilege (because who wants Johnny Foreigner speeding through your country at 140mph?) I did have several opportunities to drive the car fast in Europe on my trip from the UK to Italy last Christmas. Whereas in England you have to take your foot off the pedal at 100mph or you risk losing your licence, in France and Italy there's the freedom, occasionally, to do that.

    The car completely changes character above 100mph. It becomes tighter and the engine snarls and you feel/hear another side to the car completely. From 100 to 120/130 and very occasionally beyond (I had a stint in Germany on the way back) it's like the car is completely made for those speeds. It hunkers down, like 911s, you lose very little of the quietness or comfort of course, but what you feel through the wheel and the suspension is magical, it was sublime, sporty, requiring full concentration like any brilliant sports car, communicating and making you forget completely that it's a saloon.

    While I was looking to buy, I spoke to a very kind gentleman that said the E500 he had was better than his 5-year old Aston. He was fully aware of how that sounded, doubtful and absurd when he told me, but after a couple of thousand miles in the car in Europe I can only imagine that he was absolutely right. I'm so happy I didn't get a Continental GT instead.....
    That's it. You have fully captured the appeal.
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    Re: FS: 1995 E500 Limited 6.0 AMG, Black/Black/Red, 84kkm (Japan auction)

    Quote Originally Posted by IanAtkins View Post
    If I ever drive an E60, i'll have to have the money to buy it, because I don't want anything sexier to take away from the unconditional love I have for my E500.

    In the UK, we have to keep below 90mph pretty much all the time. Some motorways have less surveillance than others, same with the A-roads, but the time is coming where we'll be continually watched by cameras . As I get older, I'm appreciating more and more driving slowly, especially in the 500. A couple of weeks ago I was driving back from my kid's school - a good 2.5 hours in the car, and I purposely drove slowly - on or around 60mph all the way. I exulted in the new feel of the car. The smoothness, and the response from a little push on the accelerator and the feel of reeling it back in... (it's the only car i've ever really enjoyed driving in my stockinged feet)

    Having said that - the UK didn't sign a European treaty of some kind that meant that speeding offenders could be chased back to their homes in England, so basically if you're not caught by a real policeman with a radar gun in Europe, you'll be ok.. If you are caught however, you can expect to be punished.

    So without abusing the privilege (because who wants Johnny Foreigner speeding through your country at 140mph?) I did have several opportunities to drive the car fast in Europe on my trip from the UK to Italy last Christmas. Whereas in England you have to take your foot off the pedal at 100mph or you risk losing your licence, in France and Italy there's the freedom, occasionally, to do that.

    The car completely changes character above 100mph. It becomes tighter and the engine snarls and you feel/hear another side to the car completely. From 100 to 120/130 and very occasionally beyond (I had a stint in Germany on the way back) it's like the car is completely made for those speeds. It hunkers down, like 911s, you lose very little of the quietness or comfort of course, but what you feel through the wheel and the suspension is magical, it was sublime, sporty, requiring full concentration like any brilliant sports car, communicating and making you forget completely that it's a saloon.

    While I was looking to buy, I spoke to a very kind gentleman that said the E500 he had was better than his 5-year old Aston. He was fully aware of how that sounded, doubtful and absurd when he told me, but after a couple of thousand miles in the car in Europe I can only imagine that he was absolutely right. I'm so happy I didn't get a Continental GT instead.....
    Is it because the english language is your mother tongue or you have skills in writing that you described it so well?!




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    Re: FS: 1995 E500 Limited 6.0 AMG, Black/Black/Red, 84kkm (Japan auction)

    Sold for 72500 euro


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    Re: FS: 1995 E500 Limited 6.0 AMG, Black/Black/Red, 84kkm (Japan auction)

    Should we mention, DO NOT TRY a 6liter for size, IF youre not able to buy it or walk over some dead bodies to get it.........
    seriously, you never forget your first 6 liter drive.
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    Re: SOLD: 1995 E500 Limited 6.0 AMG, Black/Black/Red, 84kkm (Japan auction)

    exactly Taxi Driver, I knew it... and thanks Eno - it's not my writing skills, it's a divine gift I have absorbed through the seat of my pants from being in the E500..

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    Re: SOLD: 1995 E500 Limited 6.0 AMG, Black/Black/Red, 84kkm (Japan auction)

    thanks everybody - we are like a monastic order that makes outstanding beer - nobody outside the walls knows what's really going on!

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    Re: SOLD: 1995 E500 Limited 6.0 AMG, Black/Black/Red, 84kkm (Japan auction)

    once I'll 6.4L is done I'll report back w/ news...

    she's going to be errr....a little, or maybe a LOT on the angry side. I'll start a thread here shortly...

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    Re: SOLD: 1995 E500 Limited 6.0 AMG, Black/Black/Red, 84kkm (Japan auction)

    Quote Originally Posted by IanAtkins View Post
    thanks everybody - we are like a monastic order that makes outstanding beer - nobody outside the walls knows what's really going on!
    Yeeeh - that's right! And let's keep the uninitiated out!

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    Nice writing sir. From time to time I "simulate" a high speed run by staying in 3rd gear at ~50-60 MPH to keep the revs up and do a burst up to 80 or something. I just love the engine/exhaust snarl and the punch the car has above 3000 rpm. I first experienced a Benz when I had the thrill of being able to borrow a 450 SEL in England in 1980 for a week or so. I was 25 at the time, and I have a picture I took with one hand on the wheel and one hand holding my Canon AE1, with the speedo in view looking out the windshield at about 127 MPH or so. I had the car flat out on some motorway for several miles at one point, it did an indicated 132....

    Only other time I did that was in roughly 1983 or so, in my 1974 XJ12L, on the elevated I10 causeway west of New Orleans, when a 944 came up from behind at high speed and I took it as a challenge. We paced each other for 10 minutes or so before I chickened out when the road went back to ground level and there was more chance of the local gendarmes being on the road. I think we held about 115 or so.

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    Re: SOLD: 1995 E500 Limited 6.0 AMG, Black/Black/Red, 84kkm (Japan auction)

    what's said in the monastery stays in the monastery... apparently Claude Lelouche was arrested as soon as he admitted that it was he at the wheel for the short film "C'etait un rendez-vous"....

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    Re: SOLD: 1995 E500 Limited 6.0 AMG, Black/Black/Red, 84kkm (Japan auction)

    Note the oil pressure guage reading
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    Re: SOLD: 1995 E500 Limited 6.0 AMG, Black/Black/Red, 84kkm (Japan auction)

    Quote Originally Posted by 195910 View Post
    Note the oil pressure guage reading
    LOL. And the tach too. If the engine was not running, why would the gauges be on without the warning lights on...?


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    Quote Originally Posted by gsxr View Post
    LOL. And the tach too. If the engine was not running, why would the gauges be on without the warning lights on...?

    The airbag light is not lit, and the fuel and temp gauges are operating.. so its not position 1 nor position 2 as non of the warning lights are on!

    Either all the warning lights are dead plus the 3 gauges are "stuck"...OR..the tachometer is dead and the oil pressure is that bad!

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