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Autotrader Find: 1990 Mercedes-Benz 560 SEC With AMG Modifications

If you’re looking for a special 1990s Mercedes-Benz, this is exactly what you want. What we have here is a 1990 Mercedes-Benz 560 SEC, which is finished in bright blue and features a host of modifications from AMG, Mercedes-Benz’s legendary tuning company.

The difference between AMG back in 1990 and AMG today is that back then it was a privately owned tuning company that wasn’t affiliated with Mercedes-Benz — so people who modded their cars with AMG parts were really looking for something special. This is a good example, as this car has flared rocker panels, unique wheels, AMG gauges, an AMG exhaust and other upgrades over a standard model.

Of course, this stuff makes it cooler than a regular 560 SEC — and the look is very good. Many modified cars go too far, but this one looks like it’s gone just right, with tasteful upgrades and a very head-turning color. Another major benefit is the mileage, as this 560 SEC has traveled just 48,500 miles from new — making it an impressively low-mileage car that would be very desirable even if it didn’t have the AMG mods.

If you’re interested in a rather special 560 SEC, this one is offered by Monaco Auto Collection in Wadsworth, Ohio, south of Cleveland, and it’s listed for $94,995. That’s big money for an old Mercedes, of course, but this particular old Mercedes is more special than most. Find a Mercedes-Benz 560 SEC for sale

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