Lot 5 (Chateau Impney, 10th July 2016)
Registration No: N306WJL
Chassis No: WDB1240522C275652
Mot Expiry: Feb 2017
- 1 of just 22 RHD examples with 4 previous keepers
- Original book pack, service book with 21 entries and MOT'd into Feb 2017
- Offered with a large collection of invoices and old MOT certificates
The E36 was the rarest of the AMG models from its period with only 400 examples made, of which just 22 are understood to have been right-hand drive! Equipped with a purposeful stance, it was powered by 3.6-litre 24 valve straight-six engine of 277bhp - sufficient for a 0-60mph time of underseven seconds. The example offered is smartly presented in Metallic Brilliant Silver teamed with Anthracite Black leather interior and embossed E36 gear selector. The vendor presently considers the engine and automatic transmission to be 'excellent' and the two-door bodywork and paintwork to be 'good' and interior trim to be 'very good'. 'N306 WJL' has had just five keepers to date and was featured in the May 2001 edition of Classic Car magazine. Having a documented speedo change in 2000 by Mercedes-Benz Brunswick at 33,225 miles the Mercedes currently displays 62,664 miles giving a total of 95,919 miles. Recent attention has included: engine and transmission oil and filter change; the fitment of new Dunlop Sport Maxx RT tyres, remanufactured Mercedes-Benz rear brake callipers and Alpine stereo plus in 2009 a new wiring loom plus remanufactured Mercedes ECU. Offered with its original book pack, service book with 21 entries, large collection of invoices and old MOT certificates the big Benz is MOT'd into February 2017.