Lot 5001
1982 Mercedes Benz 300D
Lot Details & Additional Photographs
VIN: WDBAB33A4CB011370 Mileage: 127k

With a 3.0 liter five cylinder turbo diesel engine, and a four-speed automatic transmission. With power steering, and four-wheel disc brakes. The included, original window sticker indicates an omission allowance for the alloy Bundt wheels, to offset the cost of the sliding roof. Factory 14โ€ steel wheels wear single-piece covers with color-matched centers and are mounted with 195/70 Michelin tires showing 2019 date codes. The air conditioning system was converted to use R134a refrigerant in 2015.

The exterior paint in the all original Astral Silver Metallic, and black leather upholstery. Equipped with climate control, cruise control, Becker Europa stereo with cassette, central locking and electric windows, factory tinted glass, front and rear armrests, and fully adjustable front seats. The first aid kit has never been used. The windows have been lightly tinted.

Please note, bidders may be subject to a bidding limit. Please review your account and contact the front office for assistance with increasing a bid limit prior to the auction. This lot subject to reserve. For this lot, payment accepted only by wire transfer. 10% buyer's premium for LLA live-online and absentee bidding. LLA will process taxes, title, and registration for NC buyers. For out-of-state buyers, a third-party will handle the processing. Buyer's invoice will include tax, tag, and title fees, along with a document fee of $199 for NC and $399 out-of-state.

Believed to be an all original, three owner car. the original paint and interior are in excellent condition. This W123 is offered with a window sticker, a metal data card, service records from new, a clean Carfax report, and a clear NC title. The car primarily lived in Oklahoma, then a brief ownership in Indiana, before being transferred to NC.

The following condition report, while thorough, is not exhaustive as vintage cars have inherent wear and imperfections. We welcome personal inspections.

Cruise control is inoperative; no other apparent concerns.