This car is an interesting piece of used German metal. And I’ll start by admitting that I had the pleasure of owning and daily driving a used C36 AMG for a few years…and it wasn’t a bad car. The AMG tuned 3.6 liter M104 inline-6 is melodious instrument and it belted out 286 horsepower into a 5 speed slushbox that snapped off shifts like a SIG Sauer. It didn’t have the same steering feedback of an E36 M3 (had one of those too) and it wanted you to drive it more like a muscle car than a sports machine…but it wasn’t a bad vehicle at all, and I would recommend one to someone looking for a cheap future classic from Stuttgart. However…would I recommend one that needs to be towed home because the key was broken and the paint is covered in a vinyl wrap? Only if the price was…wow. That’s cheap. Yeah. This is a strong buy. Find this 1996 Mercedes-Benz C36 AMG offered for $1500 in Denver, CO via craigslist.
From the seller:
1996 Mercedes Benz C36
cylinders: 6 cylinders
paint color: silver
title status: clean
Good, Clean running car.
180xxx miles, Straight 6
Has been kept up in maintenance for all oils
Missing turn signal, driver side. Key is broken so will have to be towed out. The car is vinyl wrapped the paint under the wrap is still in EXCELLENT condition.
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