Like many vehicles on the Japanese market, the sportiest of all the 124 models was equipped with a television set, which has since been removed. The price is eight million yen; that’s about 67,000 euros for a car that, in this condition, is most likely to be found in Europe in a rare private collection. And if anyone prefers an even more sporty version: the Mercedes-Benz 190 E 2.3-16 from 1987, which is also all in black, costs 4.7 million yen and has 46,700 kilometres on the clock. In this condition, it would be virtually impossible to find the sportiest Baby Benz for this price of just under 40,000 euros in Europe. Chequered fabric seats, power windows, four head restraints and a headlamp cleaning system were all included in the Japanese model.