D these wide cheeks. You'd like to pinch in there. This huge rear spoiler, on which you can easily put a 50-inch flat-screen TV and enjoy the 1992 DTM season. At that time, the Mercedes-Benz 190 E 2.5-16 Evo II dominated the touring car scene. Klaus Ludwig, Kurt Thiim and Bernd Schneider achieved a triple success in the German Touring Car Championship in the racing derivative of the Road Evo II - as it was called back then. Those were the days. With near-series cars in touring car racing.only built 502 examples of the potent sports sedan. All in blue-black metallic. Silverstone Auctions is auctioning one of them at the Salon Privé 2016 in the British castle Blenheim Palace in early September. The auction house expects a sales price between 210,000 and 257,000 euros. The new price for the presentation was 115,259.70 DM, with air conditioning it was 119,717.10 DM.
The Evo II on offer is number 452 of 502. This is also the case on the five-speed manual switch of the four-cylinder sedan noted. Externally, the Evo II seems to be in top condition. He also just pedaled a little more than 1,400 kilometers. The interior also looks tip-top. Judging by the pictures, the leather seats and the steering wheel show only minimal signs of wear, if at all. Despite its 26 Lenze, the engine compartment is just as well cleaned out. So that you could eat straight out of it. The four-cylinder menu is sure to taste excellent.