This 2004 E55 wagon is a great example of a rare cult classic.
What has made them such treasured and sought after cars is their versatility and reliability combined with absolutely insane performance.
The supercharged M113K engine is one of the most reliable AMG power plants created at producing 469 hp and a 796 lb / ft tidal wave of torque!
This is in line with this gorgeous yet distinct luxury wagon that slows sub 4 seconds from 0-60mph, 9.7 seconds to 100mph from standstill at its electronically limited top speed of 155mph.
What makes all these songs even more impressive was that it brought them back in 2004!
This was when a 2004 Porsche 911 turbo made 54 hp less and was actually a bit slower than this power wagon.
Just to be clear, this was all done in a wagon loaded with all the creature comfort you could get at the time, a wagon that could comfortably accommodate five people, along with two golden retrievers in the back!
With only 200 examples of this special car sold in North America and a very limited number produced worldwide, it is very rare to see this.
Even rarer is one found that has been poorly used for only 70,000 km in the last 18 years and in this spectacular condition.
It is finished in classic Brilliant Silver Metallic over black leather and is full of factory options. This includes the Avantgarde package, factory dark tinted glass, large capacity fuel tank, navigation and Parktronic.
This car is currently on the road from Japan expected to be ready in early February 2022. It will be approximately $ 40k CAD (+ HST and license) landed in Toronto with inspection and Ontario safety certificate.
About the sponsor,
Car Selection is a specialty car dealer focused on importing rare, investment quality, enthusiastic cars from all over the world. Over years of experience, we have built trusting relationships with collectors and partnerships with dealers worldwide. When importing and exporting, these relationships are critically important because they allow us to inspect, source and import rare cars that are impossible to source locally.