1987 Mercedes Benz 560 SEC AMG 6.6

  • Long term ownership
  • One of 2 known 6.6 M117 32V engines
  • Documented Westmont built
  • $Price on request

Mercedes-Benz AMG examples produced. This unique Mercedes-Benz 560 SEC AMG is potentially the most documented and well-preserved example of an original AMG 6.0 4V in existence. Purchased new in 1987 and shipped direct to AMG Westmont. In its original black paint over Palomino hides the car is complimented by the original AMG 6.0 4V engine, penta-wheels, styling package and suspension. All AMG options are documented from new. Those feature: Nakamichi stereo, original Keith Colins floor mats, and AMG Penta wheels. Correct USA specific body kit. 3.27AMG Gleason Torsen differential. Updated RENNtech muffler, professional paint correction and ceramic coating, new Pirelli P7 Tires, and recent service by marque experts at RENNtech.


When the M117 32V conversion was available, their were a few variations available. Those were the 5.0,5.2, and 5.4 for Gen 1 M117 engines. For gen 2 M117s the displacement options were 5.6 and 6.0. This was achieved by enlarging the bores and utilizing Porsche 982 pistons. The unique 6.6 option was only available to USA customers and was offered during the last few months AMG Westmont was still in operation. They achieved this extra 0.6 liters of displacement by machining custom crankshafts. Up until recently no examples were thought to have survived.



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