1992 Mercedes-Benz 300CE 6.0 AMG

Tom Wood ©2019, courtesy of RM Sotheby’s

Among AMG’s pre-merger hierarchy, the 300CE 6.0 AMG “Hammer” is considered by many to be one of the most desirable models. First registered in Japan in November of 1995, according to the accompanying Japanese Export Certificate, the car remained there until 2014, when it was purchased and exported to Europe. At this time the car was noted as having 75,100 km (46,6664 miles) on the odometer and was wearing white paintwork. After leaving Japan, the car was shipped to the Netherlands, where it was repainted black. It was purchased by the current owner in October of 2017 and refinished in black.

Currently showing just under 77,500 km (45,764 miles) on its odometer, the car presents very well throughout and it would surely be a wonderful addition to any collection of AMG-modified Mercedes-Benzes.

Pierre Hedary

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Pierre is a Mercedes-Benz über-enthusiast. When Pierre is not turning wrenches on vintage Mercedes-Benz cars at his eponymous repair shop, he enjoys driving his own Mercedes classics. These include (but are not limited to) a 1972 280SE 4.5, a 1970 280SL and a 1985 300CD. Pierre also serves as a technical adviser to the Mercedes-Benz club of America.

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