Our 1998 Mercedes E240 is for sale!
This is a beautiful car that has only covered 34,000 miles from new. Very little work was needed but we have painted the off-side rear door as the lacquer was slightly faded.
We originally purchased our E240 from a good friend of Bridge Classic Cars to be part of our own personal collection. However, it is such an impressive car that we feel it needs to be enjoyed by a new owner who will get more use out of it.
It has been extremely well cared for with no rust and the interior looks to be in the condition it would have been in when it first left the factory.
Our 1998 Mercedes E240 is available on eBay.
Our 1998 Mercedes E240 has recently undergone some repair and paintwork.
Now that this classic car has some new paint, it is looking much better than it did when it first arrived at the Bridge Classic Cars workshop and classic car technician Mauro has been putting things back together to get the car ready to move on to the next stage of its stay with us.
Our 1998 Mercedes E240 will eventually be put up for sale. It’s a beautiful car and will make a great addition to someone’s garage in the future.
For now though, we will enjoy admiring it in the workshop.
Our 1998 Mercedes E240 has been in the Bridge Classic Cars paint shop with classic car technician Mauro recently.
Mauro stripped parts of the car down in preparation for paint repairs to be completed. As you can see from the photos below, the main area of focus was on the off-side rear door.
Once Mauro had stripped the door and appropriately prepped it, the paint repairs could be done.
Our 1998 Mercedes E240 already has an improved look since it first arrived at the Bridge Classic Cars workshop and we are looking forward to seeing the finished product very soon.
Another new arrival has made its way to the Bridge Classic Cars workshop. This time it is our 1998 Mercedes E240.
This will become part of the Bridge Classic Cars personal collection for now.
Based on first looks alone, it seems to be a very nice car and we are looking forward to seeing what the future holds for it.