1991 Mercedes Benz 350SD W126 Diesel S-Class

1991 Mercedes-Benz S-Class

Technical specifications of Mercedes-Benz S-Class 1991

Price: -
Condition: Used
Item location: Spring, Texas, United States
Make: Mercedes-Benz
Model: S-Class
Type: Sedan
Trim: S-Class
Year: 1991
Mileage: 171,069
Color: Blackberry
Power options: Air Conditioning, Cruise Control, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Seats
Fuel: Diesel
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: Rear Wheel Drive
Interior color: Gray
Safety options: Anti-Lock Brakes, Driver Airbag
Options: Sunroof, Cassette Player, Leather Seats
Vehicle Title: Clear
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Car description

The 350SD was the diesel version of Mercedes flagship S-Class line. The 350SD was the shorter, ore nimble version of the highest selling S-class version in Mercedes history. It has the 3.4L diesel engine which allowed an unbelievable 19/23 mpg for an almost 2 ton car. The car is able to get almost 550 miles on a tank of fuel. The 350SD was only sold in 1991, he last year of production for this popular body style, nd there were 2066 of these produced.  This car is a rare blackberry exterior with grey interior. The car has had a mild restoration as it was meant to be a car for my son for college. I wanted a very reliable, eavy car that would protect him but still give him good mileage. He ended up moving to a college that made it more efficient not to have a car. The car is not used and I am getting too old to maintain so many cars, o it is being sold. The following is a list of options per Mercedes: The car looks, uns, ides and drives great. The interior is in excellent condition with a single deep scratch in the leather back of the drivers seat shown in one of the photos. Part of the wood has been professionally refinished and it is also in excellent condition. It has new factory floor mats less than a year old, ires with less than 6000 miles on them, nd steady maintenance using Mercedes parts. The evaporators go out after about 15 years and are almost $3000 to replace at the dealer because of the high amount of labor involved. This car has had both evaporator and heater core replaced. The following is a list of what I can remember replacing:NEW A/C HOSE EXPANSION VALVE TO COMPRESSOR PIPE NEW A/C HOSE EXPANSION VALVE TO DRYER NEW A/C DRYER NEW A/C PRESSURE SWITCH NEW A/C SWITCH ON DRYER NEW A/C COMPRESSOR NEW EVAPORATOR NEW HEATER CORE NEW HEATER VALVE NEW EXPANSION VALVE NEW RADIATOR BOTH NEW MAIN FLAP VACUUM ELEMENTS NEW PARKING BRAKE SHACKLE NEW REAR PARKING BRAKE CABLES REBUILT TRANSMISSION NEW TRANSMISSION COOLING LINES NEW INJECTION PUMP DELIVERY VALVES NEW DIESEL INJECTORS NEW GLOW PLUGS NEW FAN CLUTCH NEW WATER PUMP NEW THERMOSTAT NEW AUXILIARY FAN RESISTOR NEW HARD BRAKE LINE TO REAR NEW FLEXIBLE BRAKE LINES REBUILT TURBO CHARGER NEW VACUUM PUMP NEW VACUUM CONTROL VALVE NEW SET OF HEATER PIPES NEW SET OF SHOCKS NEW SET OF SPRINGS NEW FRONT BALL JOINTS NEW ENGINE SHOCKS NEW ENGINE MOUNTS NEW REAR SUBRAME FRONT MOUNTS NEW DIFFERENTIAL MOUNTS REBUILT AND BALANCED DRIVESHAFT NEW FLEX DISCS NEW DRIVESHAFT BEARINGS COMPLETE REPAINT IN ORIGINAL COLORWhen I had the transmission rebuilt, requested firmer shifting because that's the way I like it. My other Mercedes cars seem too soft. The evaporator, ransmission and repaint are almost $9000 just between them. The turbocharger, adiator, ompressor, njectors and a few more parts are also parts that are expensive maintenance items. My goal was just to be sure the care was mechanically sound and looked good for my son to use.  These are older cars and it is important to buy one with no issues and the expensive maintenance taken care of. I am selling the car because I am getting too old to take care of so many cars and this car is not being used. It is a very nice example that has had some of the most expensive maintenance already completed. I have got more than $15,000 into this car and would like to get back as much as I can. One of those situations where you put in more than it is worth, ut it is a good car. I am open to offers to get down to a more reasonable number of cars. I am actually the 3rd owner of the car. Any other questions, lease ask.

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