The SEC name wasn't the best choice for Mercedes-Benz when they launched the car, because most of the 1% were likely to be under the careful watch of the SEC (Securities and Exchange Commission)...but nevertheless, Mercedes-Benz sold over 11,000 examples of the 380SEC from 1981-1985.
Under the hood is an M116 V8 that puts out 155 horsepower and 198 ft-lbs of torque from 3.8 liters. The single overhead cam, 2-valves per cylinder engine isn't the most power-dense thing on the block, but it works okay in a cruiser.
The interior of the big coupe is a nice medium blue with a few pieces of
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