1989 Mercedes Benz 560SEL Ultra Limosine

Made by Ultra Limousine in Brea, California for a prominent Japanese paper manufacturing company in the Summer of 89 and was owned by them until now. It is now in our stock and available for immediate sale. Vehicle was SOLD in late 2011.

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