The ‘Evo II’ was a race-bred road car, one of only 502 to ever exist, and if you have enough pocket change lying around, you can claim this extremely rare example located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
This car in particular is claimed to be the 146th Mercedes 190e Evolution II produced, a claim reinforced by the build count located on the gear knob. Given that this homologation special was never intended for the US market, the seller of this Evo II waited until the car’s 25th birthday earlier this year in order to skirt tricky importation issues.
Overall, the Mercedes looks highly original with only 80,000 miles on the clock, and a number of interesting optional extras, which include a power sunroof and leather-cloth sports seats. The standard 190e sedans tend to trade for just a few thousand dollars online. Given their low production volume, the Evo IIs are more or less unobtainium… then again that notion is reflected in the $700,000 asking price.