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Discussion in 'Spotted on eBay!' started by tromppost, Sep 21, 2011.
Not sure if this ones been on before, looks very good.
Mercedes 190 2.5 Cosworth
Very nice but OTT prices as per usual
If i had a car owned all the way from 1990 -i doubt i would part with it.
Find another with that mileage, history & in that (apparently) excellent condition.
He's got some very nice stock.
He has, hasn't he.
For less than the price of a new entry-ish level car you could have a really nice modern classic.
Looks mint just like the C36 he also has for sale.
I think its a beauty and worth every penny at that price. I think that is a fantastic car. If I had the money I'd buy it tomorrow without a doubt
I love that 36.
Yup very well specced too for such an early car !
The 36 is lovely but I'd take the cossie all day long. 190's are special!!!
This one is better value -imho -and it is from a pricey dealer!
Also it is very rare K reg -nearing the very last ones.
^^ Being an Auto, lets that k reg one down imo.. In most people eyes not the colour to have either (my one happens to be almandine as well!).
But the most interesting thing about it is the fact that its a Sportline Cossie??
Never thought such a car existed. Its got the 'Sportline' Steering wheel and gear knob, but surely the 'Sportline' suspension wouldnt replace the standard 16v suspension....
Why do people continue to call the 2.5 a Cosworth, when my understanding was it's only the 2.3 that is the proper Cosworth.
The first one is an auto too.
Surprised to see Ironside talking b0ll0cks about 'Sportline' Cosworths.
i'm sure i've heard that the 2.3 and 2.5 aren't proper cosworths, i may be wrong though.
Thats so nice-looks in great condition.
Me neither. One or t'other. Cosworth/16 valve or Sportline, but never both.
1989 MERCEDES 190 2.5 16V COSWORTH - STUNNING ORIGINAL - ONLY 82K - ALL MOT's
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Just great classic lines-great cars