2007 CLS 63 with perfect classic color combo. Condition inside and out is excellent for a car of this vintage, interior has normal bolster wear but no cracks or tears in the leather. Front bumper has the typical road rash and rock chips, paint is shiny for fading or deep scratched. This is my wife's car that we have owned for over 6 years as second owners. During that period we added 60k miles and (in addition to the normal scheduled service) the following repairs have been performed - do your research these are must if you want to avoid future big expenses! - Updated head bolts and replaced all the original lifter with SLS valve lifters (known problem with M156 engine - if it hasn't been done you will need it... Needless to say it is not a cheap) - New top end gaskets - New spark plugs and coils - Transmission conductor plate replaced and service (again this is a known issue with the MB722.9 transmission - of the 4 cars with 722.9 that I have owned, 3 have had this dreaded tranny limp issue) - New rear suspension airbags This may sound like a lot of $$$ for ongoing maintenance (which it is) but these are common problems that will pop up on these cars, make sure you do your research. Car will come with Service B completed, this is a very solid car that needs nothing. I would keep it as it bound to become a classic, however; I do not have the space and AMG wheels were replaced with aftermarket (we went through 2 sets of AMG rims and they are rubbish and bend with the smallest pothole). This included new TPMS but the shop couldn't reprogram them as they didn't have the correct tool... I am a dealer and if purchasing this car in Texas, I will need to collect the usual TTL in addition to the purchase amount. I can also work with financial institutions if you are financing this vehicle.
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