“Rare 1989 300 CE-24 AMG Wide Body Heads to Auction as Part of Exclusive W124 Collection”

Mercedes AMG Auction (carscoops.com)

“Auction of Limited W124 Mercedes-AMG Models, Showcasing Pre-Merger AMG Glory”

The allure of vintage Mercedes-AMG models before the tuner’s integration with Mercedes-Benz remains unparalleled, and the upcoming auction of a 1989 300 CE-24 AMG Wide Body exemplifies this timeless appeal. Originally sold in Japan, this pristine model underwent a remarkable transformation at AMG Japan, featuring a widebody kit and various upgrades. Boasting distinctive elements like 17-inch AMG three-piece wheels, AMG bumpers, and Recaro bucket seats, this classic gem, with a remarkable history, is estimated to fetch between $175,000 and $200,000 at the Amelia Island event.

This remarkable Mercedes, adorned with captivating blistered arches, originated in Japan and comes loaded with luxury features such as heated front seats, an electric sunroof, and cruise control. After covering approximately 1,300 km (~800 miles), the discerning original owner sought further enhancements, leading to a visit to AMG Japan for the installation of the widebody kit. Additional modifications include staggered 17-inch AMG wheels, white instrument faceplates, and unique side skirts. Broad Arrow Auctions will present this automotive masterpiece at the upcoming auction event, offering enthusiasts an opportunity to acquire a piece of AMG history.

As part of an exclusive W124 collection, this 1989 300 CE-24 AMG Wide Body is not the sole star in the lineup. Another highlight is the 1993 Mercedes-Benz 500 E 6.0 AMG, anticipated to fetch between $150,000 and $200,000. This model, featuring an AMG-tuned 6.0-liter V8, AMG sports suspension, Aero I wheels, and Recaro seats, epitomizes the pinnacle of AMG craftsmanship. With both models showcasing the distinctive charm of pre-merger AMG glory, the auction event at Amelia Island is set to captivate collectors and enthusiasts alike.