1986 Mercedes 190e Cosworth for $5500 obo:
I'm selling my 1986 Mercedes Benz 190E 2.3 16Value Cosworth because I bought another car and have no more room on the driveway. This 1986 Benz only has 193,500kms and runs strong. These 190E are known for lasting well over 300,000 miles so it has lots of life left. It's a Getrag 5-speed manual gearbox was unique to the 16 valve and featured a 'racing' gear pattern with 'dog-leg' first gear, left and down from neutral. This meant that the remaining 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th gears were in a simple H pattern allowing fast and easy selection.Its fitted with a Limited Slip Differential (LSD) standard. This car comes with after market 5 star rims as seen in video also 2 sets of original 190E Mercedes Benz rims.I'm also including all of my extra parts from another 16value cosworth Mercedes Benz which are a full set of leather seats, all 4 door leathers and another 16value engine for parts. I'm selling all of this for $5500 OBO (Or Best Offer). In the link below is a video of the cars exterior,interior, all the working options like power windows,power seats,lights on the sun visors,interior lights and etc.
Given the condition, and mileage is he asking too much? Too little? About what it's worth?
While I was searching around, I went to this thread from mbworld. It's from 2009 but basically the guy is selling his cosworth for $6k and some other guy is saying it's worth a lot less like around $2500ish...is that a load of BS or accurate?
What can you guys tell me about them? From what I heard they're really reliable and parts can be found from junk yards for cheap..is that true as well?