1995 MERCEDES-BENZ S500 COUPE
The forgotten C140, based off the infamous and unloved W140 sedan. Stands a good chance of becoming a future collectible, as most 2-door Mercedes eventually become. Only 26,022 C140 coupes were built. Styling is transitional, but brilliant, with Bruno Sacco finding himself in between his chiseled-from-ice shapes of the 1980s and the softer curves he would embrace in the late 90s. The C140 is the best of both worlds and should appeal to fans of both. Unlike its predecessor, the C140 does not share headlights or taillights with its sedan counterpart, making the C140 feel even more exclusive and rarefied than the heavy, complex vehicle it already is. Power was only derived from either 8- or 12-cylinder engines. Reliability can be mixed. The V12 versions are purportedly extremely expensive to maintain. Regardless, this is a rock-solid autobahn cruiser.
This example is in New Jersey and only has 42,396 miles on the odometer and is for sale on ebay now.