Looking for a CL500

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  1. Seamster15

    Seamster15 Hardcore MB Enthusiast

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    Guy's, I'm on the lookout for a CL500. Ideally it needs to be Obsdian Black with Cream leather interior. Also on the requirements list are a sunroof, AMG alloys and the normal options such as Sat-Nav, TV etc.
    Oh and must be 2004+ and between 40-60k.

    I have found this one;

    http://www.pistonheads.co.uk/sales/768795.htm

    What do you think?

    Anyone else know of any others for sale?

    Thanks in advance...
     
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    Seamster15

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    Here is the VIN decoded

    VINWDB2153752A041933
    Model CL 500
    Chassis 2153752A041933
    Engine 113960 30 566226
    Transmission 722901 00 026661
    Order 0 4 537 79295
    Delivery date 28.01.04
    Dealer Great Britain (537)
    Interior leather pebble (275)
    Paint
    197 obsidian black metallic (с 1978)
    Options
    M505L engine

    N25 Unknown code
    15N Unknown code
    197 Unknown code
    270 antenna for D net tel. on rear left fender with splitter and loudspea. (с 01.11.1992)
    antenna with splitter on rear left fender (rear right fender of s/v 124) and loudspeaker for D-network telephone

    275 front seat positioned lower
    memory package (driver's seat, steering column, mirror) (с 01.10.1993)

    354 antenna on roof centre rear for mobile D-net telephone
    antenna on roof centre rear for standard D-net telephone (с 01.10.1994)

    382 Unknown code
    390 Unknown code
    404 left front seat with multiple contour backrest (с 01.01.1996)

    405 right front seat with multiple contour backrest (с 01.01.1996)

    427 Unknown code
    435 headrests in the rear, pneumatically adjustable (с 31.10.1996)

    461 instrument with mileage reading and english lettering (с 01.04.1990)

    527 Reims adapter and paint kit

    551 anti-theft/anti-break-in warning system with anti-towing system (с 01.04.1998)

    618 halogen lamp unit with high beam/low beam/fog light (r.h. traffic) (с 01.04.1970)

    668

    731 wood trim, burred walnut root (с 01.08.1980)

    770 amg special equipment:

    776 wheel cover for amg 17" wheels (w202 export only) (с 02.11.1992)

    804 Change of year of model, last figure shows new model year

    819 CD changer - alpine - in trunk (с 31.07.1992)

    875 heated screen wash system (с 01.02.1988)
    windshield washer heated (W201)

    882 passenger compartment protection/towing-off protection (with anti-theft warning system only) (с 01.07.1993)

    889 Keyless-GO (с 01.01.1996)

    984 elimination of ownership certificate but with coc papers (с 01.06.1993)

    989 identification label under windshield (с 01.10.1997)
     
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    That is a stunning colour combo....
     
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    No Xenons ?

    618 halogen lamp unit with high beam/low beam/fog light (r.h. traffic) (с 01.04.1970)
     
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    Looks like it has from pics....
     
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    "984 elimination of ownership certificate but with coc papers"

    Really - must be lost in translation!
     
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    That's what I thought, the description also lists them.
     
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    I'm also on the lookout for the same car (or CL55AMG) with the same colour combination. Probably going to hold out until after Xmas and hopefully a further fall in asking price.
    There are an awful lot out there to choose from, mainly silver though.
    Have you checked Auto Trader online yet?
     
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    Been checking everywhere I can, but the colour match is rare and looks so much nicer than the normal silver with black interior. AMG is not required on this occasion as this car is for lazy crusing.... But not of the kerb sort!
     
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    Ooops. Just realised that is the car PistonHeads are advertising as well:eek:

    Sorry!
     
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    Chaps,

    I keep finding 2004 registered CL's that show on the Vin checker as 2003 build cars... Why?

    Cancelled orders?

    Would I be right in saying that these would not have had the Nano paint?
     
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