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1990 Mercedes-Benz 500-Series
1990 560 SEC AMG Hammer Widebody 6.0 DOHC
Last car produced of 25 worldwide
Flawless condition garage kept not a nick, scratch, or dent anywhere
My cell 301-807-8689
1 of 25 factory widebody cars built in Germany at the AMG factory and the last one built making it the most collectible and valuable 6.0 DOHC 32 valve Factory Widebody available. All matching numbers and AMG serial numbers engraved in the driver's doorsill, documenting 100% authenticity !
The nuber 25 is also engraved on the 4 valve heads to document the last car produced in Germany with the AMG M117 motor. 60 is also engraved on the heads documenting that it is in fact a 6.0-liter engine ! This car is the best example and rarest one on the planet !!! Over $50,000 in recent RennTech receipts that can be viewed at the office. Hartmut Feyhl, owner of RennTech Mercedes, designed and built the famous 6.0 DOHC engine when he was at AMG in Germany at Hans Warner Aufrech's shop owner of AMG Germany before Mercedes bought the company.
This car cost a quarter million dollars when new back in 1990 and ran circles around Lamborghini's and Testarossa's of their day, cost 2 and a half times as much as those cars and were way more collectible, comfortable, reliable and exclusive !
I've owned this car for 14 years.
1967, Hans Werner Aufrecht and Erhard Melcher founded the Aufrecht Melcher Großaspach Ingenieurbüro, Konstruktion und Versuch zur Entwicklung von Rennmotoren, or, roughly translated, the Aufrecht Melcher Großaspach (AMG) engineering firm, design and testing for the development of racing engines. Großaspach was the name of the town where Aufrecht’s home was where the two engineers initially began tuning Mercedes-Benz engines in the early 1960s, thus lending the "G" in AMG. Responsible for some of the quickest, fastest and most expensive Mercedes-Benz vehicles to ever roll the asphalt, the AMG name began truly becoming a household name in the 1980s with more Mercedes-Benz products being offered with AMG styling and performance touches. Commonly seen on the popular television series “Miami Vice,” AMG-equipped vehicles were more than just an appearance package, they were an entire makeover for an already well-equipped vehicle. Case in point, this 1990 Mercedes-Benz 560SEC AMG, No. 25 of 25 wide-body cars built at the AMG factory in Germany, features not only the infamous wide-body treatment, but custom bucket seats, extra wood trim, custom steering wheel, AMG-specific wheels with wider, lower-profile tires, custom paintwork and custom body work such as widened bumpers, rear deck-mounted spoiler and much more. Part of the magic behind these earlier AMG cars was in the subtleness of design.
This 560SEC AMG is painted code-199U Blue-Black Metallic and has an all-black leather interior; it has the serial number engraved in the driver door sill, and No. 25 is engraved on the 4-valve heads to document the last car produced with the multiport fuel-injected, 6.0L/385 HP AMG M117 engine. Receipts document a recent $50,000 service by famed Mercedes-Benz tuner RennTech in Florida. With 4-wheel disc brakes and 4-wheel independent suspension with coil springs, it stops well and rides much more compliantly than it looks.
Believed to have covered a scant 37,062 miles from new—the metric odometer reads 59,646 kilometers—this 560SEC AMG wide body is indeed an exuberantly rare crown jewel of a machine.