1984 Mercedes-Benz 190D Sedan White RWD Manual D 2.2

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  • Make: Mercedes-Benz
  • Model: 190D
  • Type: Sedan
  • Trim: D 2.2
  • Year:1984
  • Mileage:182000
  • VIN:WDBDB22AXEA040843
  • Color:White
  • Engine size:2.2L Diesel I4
  • Number of cylinders:4
  • Fuel:Diesel
  • Transmission:Manual
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Vehicle Title: Clean
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1984 Mercedes-Benz 190D D 2.2

Vehicle Details

For sell is a extremely rare find 5mt 1984 Mercedes Benz 190D

· Clean title

· 182k miles

· 5 speed manual

· 2.2L EM601 diesel (US spec)

· Plenty of history records, belt replace in 2019

· Original Paint (9.5/10 with a small dent and few touch ups)

· Original interior (10/10)

· New Sparco Terra Rim

· New Continental Extreme Contact DWS

· Original chrome rim included

· Original Mercedes stereo head unit included

· Factory jack & spare tire included

· Factory first Aid Kit included

· Heated garage, never see snow

· Email: DTM190d@gmail.com

If you are in the market for W201, this 190D is as good as you can find, perfect inside out with a bullet proof OM601 2.2 diesel which proved to run forever!

The 5 speed really makes a huge difference compared to the auto transmission, I have never had any issue keeping up or merging into traffic.

There are plenty of histories making the 190 a legend. It’ named Baby Benz by fans as the smallest yet most over engineered Mercedes-Benz at the time.

It made its name when Ayrton Senna won the 1984 Nurburgring Race of Champions in a 190 E 2.3-16.

Growing up as a huge DTM fan, I have always dreamed about building my own 190 EVO II so I spent almost 10 yr to find this perfect car.

The original owner was a lawyer who owned the car since new util passed at 88 yr old. My friend brought this car back from CA and took forever to get it registered with a pink slip (see attached) but it’s all worth it.

My original plan was to build my own version of 190 EVO II dropping c63 AMG engine/brake/suspension but this car is just too perfect to molest so I keep it untouched other than new tire/rim and EVO II badge.

Since my kids are growing up and need a bigger car; I have decided to let it go.

Hopefully it will find another true enthusiast to continue cherishing this fine piece of German engineering.

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