- Newly upgraded stereo system compatible with USB port for iPhone
- 4 New tires less than 4500 miles ago
- At time of tire replacement, ball joints and inner tie rods replaced
- Rear brake pads, rotors and sensors replaced
- Catalytic converter replaced 6500 miles ago
- Leather seats have no tears and do not show any significant signs of wear
- Genuine burl wood in top condition
- Third row seat has two harness seat belts
- Two sets of Mercedes key fobs - one original and one a recent replacement
- Routine oil changes completed with synthetic oil - last one done approximately 1500 miles ago.
This car is in wonderful shape for a 1999 automobile. The quality of Mercedes Benz has held up. The only reason I am selling this car is that we are switching to a different style of vehicle. The outside shows typical wear and tear, but has no rust. The dashboard on the front right does have a crack in the leather surface. I have attempted to show it in the photos, but it is hard to see. It has been there since we have owned the car and not changed in size.
$500 non-refundable deposit due from winning bidder within 48 hours. Final payment due via Cashier's Check, cash or PayPal at or before pick-up. Local pick-up only (Charlotte, NC).
I have described the car to the best of my abilities to be as accurate as possible.
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Named after the famous Italian explorer, the Marco Polo was converted by Westfalia, an outfit which you might more closely associate with classic VW camper vans but which Daimler absorbed over a decade ago. Offering, according to the press release below, "a maximum of opportunities to be independent, free and spontaneous," the Marco Polo sleeps four thanks to the rear bench that electrically folds flat into a bed and the second berth under the pop-top. The flexible interior is decked out like you'd expect a modern Mercedes to be, with ambient LED lighting as well as wood, metal and piano black trim.
It's got an onboard kitchenette with two gas burners, a sink and fridge with a 10 gallons of fresh water and an even bigger waste tank. All that gear is shlepped around by a choice of four-cylinder turbodiesel engines ranging in output from 136 to 190 horsepower. The relatively compact form boasts a turning circle similar to a full-size sedan and a height designed to fit into most garages and car washes. All of which just might make us reconsider the appeal of traveling by camper van.
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No one in their right mind has ever accused German tuners Mansory of being subtle. So, when our Geneva team wandered across the Mansory Speranza - A Mercedes-Benz Gelandewagen that has been denuded of its roof and spackled inside with quilted leather and red carbon fiber - they didn't ask a lot of existential questions. Why does the Speranza exist? Because Germans are weird sometimes, that's why.
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