Mercedes-Benz CLK GTR AMG For Sale

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There are plenty of exotics in the world, but there will always be some that have a special aura. The Mercedes CLK GTR AMG is certainly one of them. Yes, we know, the vehicle is 10 years old, but his really doesn’t matter.

We won’t even mention the creation’s motorsport pedigree here. That’s the icing, but we think the cake is enough to offer this vehicle an infinite value. And by “cake” we are referring to the fact that the vehicle is powered by a 6.9 liter V12 engine that allows the driver to play with 720 hp and 572 lb-ft (775 Nm) of torque.

If the vehicle is manhandled, it can play the 0 to 62 mph game in just 3.1 seconds and reach a top speed of 215 mph (346 km/h). You see? these numbers are mind-blowing even by the contemporary standards.

And, as if all this wasn’t enough, Mercedes-Benz decided that the world is only big enough for 25 units of the beast.

Now, you can get your hands on the #17 unit, as the vehicle is being sold by the Ferrari-Maserati dealership in Fort Lauderdale, Florida (this explains the Prancing Horse in the adjacent image).

If you choose to make this baby yours, you’ll get goodies like a monocoque carbon fiber with integrated steel roll bars, leather steering wheel with airbag, passenger airbag, air-conditioning, audio system, adjustable pedals and others.

Before we end the story we have to mention that this 2000 Mercedes CLK GTR AMG comes with a price tag of $1.8 million (EUR 1.35 million at the current exchange rate). You’ll find the car on Jameslist.
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