I know this next car is just a headache waiting for a new head. It cost more than $70k from the factory, was the fastest Mercedes-Benz ever sold in America when new, and will drain your bank account with repairs on complex suspension components, high-strung V8, and pricey electronic gizmos. But somehow, despite all that, I can’t help but want to drive a classic AMG with prices as low as they are. Am I the idiot here? Find this 2004 Mercedes-Benz CLK55 AMG offered for $8950 in Scottsdale, AZ via craigslist. Tip from FuelTruck.
Remember when 2-door muscle cars were cheap? Yeah. I do too! It was a long time ago…but thankfully the muscle car wars of the late 1960s were re-enacted in the early 2000s, so the glory days of cheap muscle is upon us today! Find this 2002 Mercedes-Benz CLK 55 AMG offered for $3,500 in Lake […]
An updated version of the CLK-Class hardtop coupe (and cabriolet) was released in 2004 with the C209 designation, and sharing mechanical bits with the W203 C-Class. The base model used a 3.2 liter V6, but if you had a need for speed the upgrade to the AMG powered 5.4 liter V8 was available for a […]
Some of you have been on one of those bad blind dates that started with “I know this woman that you really should meet”. You also know that the better the friend recommending her, the more likely she is to be the last person that you will want to spend any time with. You express […]
The C208 chassis CLK Mercedes introduced in 1997 was a continuation of building up-market coupes from the C-class (W202) chassis. The CLK55 AMG version was introduced in 2002 and featured a 342 horsepower 5.4 liter V8 and a host of other upgraded goodies for a price tag of almost $70k. Depreciation has not been kind. […]