I just acquired it!! Finally!Mega-
comfort, Mega-quiet, Mega-class!! $93k
new in 1995 got a buyer cupholders
(Yes, I have them on the doors...$40
apiece), a decent sound system,super-
chrome wheels, and the best drop-top
coupe ever built. I've heard that
Mercedes lost money on every one that
they built due to engineering costs.
All I know is that I can fly this baby
over bad railroad tracks at 70 mph and
the cowl doesn't move a centimeter. 500
lbs of lead in the 4 corners will do
wonders for cowl-shake. Doesn't help
off-the-line acceleration, but she'll
boogie up to 130 mph without a whimper.
Classic proportions, precision
engineering, and faultless built add up
to good investment.
Classic looks. "Jeeves-The-Shoulderbelt-
Valet". Lack of wind noise with the
windsplit up. 4-place comfy. Pop-up
handling. Bank-vault solid. I'll have
Quieter, faster off-the-line when you
tromp it. 5000 lbs being pulled by 220
horses doesn't make for a quick
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