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The Bruno Sacco designed W-126 Mercedes S-Class built between 1979 and 1992 is without doubt considered to be a ‘high point’ in the history of the Mercedes-Benz brand.
Long before Lexus became a competitor, in the days when a Mercedes was deemed superior to a BMW or Audi, their W-126 was the absolute flagship of the brand, exuding a certain pomp and confidence above their German ‘rivals’.
Mercedes of course didn’t consider them as rivals, because they simply didn’t build a car like Mercedes did, and at the time, to merely enter a Mercedes Showroom felt like it required a certain social standing !
Built by engineers and not accountants, the W-126 series, along with other Mercedes-Benz vehicles of the era, in terms of their quality and engineering, are never likely to be seen again – making such a car these days would simply be too expensive to justify both their build and retails cost in an ever competitive market that chases profit above all else.
Nautical Blue Metallic
Blaupunkt Melbourne Radio/Cassette
Supplied new by Alan Day Mercedes-Benz of Finchley Road, London on 25th August 1988, this W-126 S-Class is genuinely, virtually indistinguishable from a new one.
I have always thought that cars talk to you, and this one screams its originality and outstanding condition from the moment you walk up to it, with just a few small marks and imperfections suggesting it is perhaps only a couple of years old, it’s hard to believe it’s actually over 32 years old now.
Retained by the original owner from new until 2012, it had seen very little use until purchased by the 3rd owner in 2014 with just over 10,000 Miles recorded, who then set about using the car as normal transport during his ownership, taking the total mileage now to just shy of 43,000 Miles.
The interior is like new, retaining all its original equipment including the unopened first aid kit, into the boot which doesn’t look to have ever carried anything, then under the boot floor where the unused spare wheel and tool kit remain.
If you are looking for an outstanding example, this is surely it and absolutely must be viewed to be appreciated. I doubt there are many, if any, that present as originally as this superb piece of automotive engineering does.
Complete with its Wallet, Handbook, Service Book, Spare Keys and a nice file of invoices and previous MOT Certificates.
Supplied New by Alan Day Mercedes-Benz London 25th August 1988
600 Mile Service by Alan Day 11th August 1989 @ 880 Miles
12000 Mile Service by Alan Day 13th March 1993 @ 3,797 Miles
MOT 18th October 1997 @ 7,971 Miles
MOT 2nd September 2000 @ 8,440 Miles
MOT 31st August 2001 @ 8,562 Miles
MOT 3rd September 2002 @ 8,565 Miles
MOT 20th September 2003 @ 9,990 Miles
12000 Mile Service by North Thames Commercials 23rd September 2008 @ 10,005 Miles
MOT 4th January 2013 @ 10,009 Miles
18000 Mile Service by Mercedes Benz Exeter 7th January 2013 @ 10,009 Miles
MOT 11th December 2013 @ 10,160 Miles
24000 Mile Service by PJ Hodge Mercedes Specialists 7th January 2015 @ 13,345 Miles
MOT 7th January 2015 @ 13,345 Miles
30000 Mile Service by PJ Hodge Mercedes Specialists 6 January 2016 @ 20,978 Miles
MOT 6th January 2016 @ 20,978 Miles
36000 Mile Service by PJ Hodge Mercedes Specialists 5th January 2017 @ 28.590 Miles
MOT 6th January 2017 @ 28,590 Miles
42000 Mile Service by PJ Hodge Mercedes Specialists 8th January 2018 @ 35,028 Miles
MOT 8th January 2018 @ 35,028 Miles
MOT 11th January 2019 @ 40,928 Miles
MOT 21st July 2020 @ 42,822 Miles