1989 Mercedes-Benz W 124
The 4 Matic all-wheel drive system first introduced on the W124
A twin-turbocharged M119 installed in a Mercedes-Benz C11 Group C race car.
The 1984 W 124 has no "Sacco planks" on its doors, instead, it has protective bumper strips
The 1989 W 124 retains the front portion of the 1984 model, but has the "Sacco planks" on its doors, and painted mirrors
The 1993 W 124 has a different front design, retains the "Sacco planks", and has an extended rear bumper
1992 Mercedes-Benz 500 E (W124; US)
1992 Mercedes-Benz 500 E (W124; US)
W 124 models with turbocharged OM 602 or OM 603 engines, as well as naturally aspirated OM 605 or OM 606 engines can easily be identified by their air intake slits in the front right wing
Million-mile taxi W124
W 124 sedan (1985–1989)
W 124 sedan (1989–1993)
S 124 estate (1989–1993)
W 124 CE coupé (1991–1993)
A 124 convertible (1993)
V 124 Limousine (1989–1993)
Mercedes-Benz W124 sedan
Mercedes-Benz W124 sedan
Mercedes-Benz S124 estate
Mercedes-Benz C124 coupé
A124 convertible

W124 400 E / E 420

- Mercedes-Benz M119 engine

It used the 5.0 L 32-valve V8 M119 Engine based on the engine from the 500 SL (R129) roadster.

- Mercedes-Benz W124
1989 Mercedes-Benz W 124

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Mercedes-Benz SL-Class (R129)

Roadster which was produced by Mercedes-Benz from 1989 until 2001.

Roadster which was produced by Mercedes-Benz from 1989 until 2001.

Odometer switched from mechanical to electronic between the 1994 and 1995 models.
Note the slots behind the wheel are different
Note the tail lights are different
1989–1995 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL-24
1998–2001 Mercedes-Benz SL 500
1998–2001 Mercedes-Benz SL 320
1995–1998 Mercedes-Benz SL 60 AMG
1999 Mercedes-Benz SL 73 AMG
Silver Arrow Edition
Princess Diana's Mercedes 500 SL

Designed in 1984, the R129 was based on the shortened floorpan of the Mercedes-Benz W124.

V8 engine switch from M119 to M113