We are pleased to present this modified 1991 Mercedes-Benz W124 300CE finished in Brilliant Silver Metallic over a black leather interior. This 300CE was originally modified by Mosselman Turbo Systems of Belgium in the 1990’s and has been known as the 300CR Silver Arrow Bi-Turbo. It was imported from Japan in April of 2020, and features widened bodywork, Recaro A8 seats, a pair of Garrett T25 turbochargers, a 5-speed dogleg transmission, Bilstein dampers, and much more. It is reported to have received a major engine service in 2020 which included a rebuilt cylinder head, new rod bearings, valves, guides, seals, piston rings, fuel injectors, valve cover gasket, and ignition components. This unique W124 is now being offered by its seller in Washington state, while showing approximately 39k kilometers (25k miles) on the odometer.
Finished in Brilliant Silver Metallic this 300CE is equipped with the more aggressive front fenders and bumper from the 500E. The rear fenders have been widened to match the front and NACA-style intakes have been mounted in front of the rear wheels. The seller reports that the finish remains in excellent overall condition aside from paint cracks on the hood and front bumper, and chips on the front lip spoiler. Detailed images are provided in the gallery along with a clean CARFAX and paint meter readings. Additional details include HID headlights, a locking fuel cap, a carbon fiber front lip, a Mosselman carbon fiber rear spoiler, and a set of 18” 6-spoke Mosselman wheels. The wheels are dressed in a set of Kuhmo Ecsta tires bearing date codes from 2012.
Inside, the cabin is highlighted by a pair of Recaro A8 seats upholstered in buffalo leather with silver painted backs. Additional details include a suede headliner, blue and black Karo floor mats, a leather-wrapped MOMO steering wheel, an exhaust temperature and boost gauge mounted on a gooseneck, a Mosselman 320-km/h speedometer, mounting points for racing harnesses, an aluminum dead pedal and shift knob, factory air conditioning, and carbon fiber trim in place of the factory wood veneers. A collection of images showcasing the cabin can be found in the gallery.
Power comes from a 3.0L 24-valve inline-six which has been modified by Mosselman with twin Garrett T25 turbochargers with water-cooled bearing housings and integral wastegates. This allows for an output of 320HP and 300 lb-ft of torque. Additionally a custom top-mount intercooler, and a Mosselman exhaust manifold were added, along with an Eisenmann exhaust system. The rear wheels are driven by way of a dogleg five-speed manual transmission. The suspension has been upgraded with a set of lower springs with Bilstein dampers, and front and rear anti-roll bars. The seller notes that in October of 2020 a comprehensive engine service was carried out which included a rebuilt cylinder head and a replacement head gasket, new rod bearings, valves, guides, seals, piston rings, fuel injectors, valve cover gasket, and ignition components.
This sale will include importation documents, a tool kit, Mosselman promotional material, Sabelt four-point harnesses, Mercedes-Benz owner’s manuals, service records beginning in April 2007, magazines featuring the vehicle, and a clean Washington title.
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