The seller claims this Koenig is one of 20 conversions ever old here in the US. The car was purchased at auction with a missing front fender which our crafty seller had to fabricate from scratch as these type of body parts do not exist. Originally a white car, it was then painted dark green with a yellow striping to match Griffey’s baseball team. The car now wears a very uncommon and subtle factory color Bornit Pearl Metallic after receiving extensive body work (pictures available).
Despite having $25,000 in restoration costs, the car is still said to be unfinished and listed without an asking price. There are no details about the drivetrain so it likely powered by 217 hp straight six engine mated to an automatic transmission which would provide rather leisurely acceleration compared to its racy looks.
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Cory is trying to finish off his project 1995 Mercedes E36 wagon and figure out what to do with his hoard of rare w124 parts.