We can’t help it. We absolutely love modern Mercedes-Benz models, especially those tweaked to perfection by AMG, the company’s wizard-like racing/running arm. In particular, AMG’s uncanny ability to transform any Mercedes-Benz into a true supercar capable of exceeding the limits of any other comparable car. The Black Series is the epitome, and the C63 AMG was the hot-rod version of Mercedes’ C-Class that made its malevolent intentions very clear with its aggressive stance and naturally aspirated 6.2L V8 engine with a rev-happy nature and stunning throttle response. It’s good for 507hp in the logically named “507 Edition,” which delivered a higher 176mph top speed, a vented aluminum hood from the prior C63 Black Series, a multi-color leather interior, and a visually stunning set of forged 19-inch alloy wheels.
The seller of this 2014 Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG coupe is the vehicle’s second owner, and they state that it’s offered in pristine condition with zero dings or dents and paint protection film installed on the usual high-impact areas. According to the seller’s forthright written description, there is one minor scuff on the passenger side door that was touched up by the first owner, but it’s not visible in pictures, and the car’s never been modified, raced, or abused. Always garaged and with no exposure to road salt, the undercarriage is like new, and the car comes with a perfect maintenance record including copies of service documents on hand. Most recent maintenance work includes the ‘B’ service, complete spark plug replacement, transmission oil change, tire alignment, and Michelin Pilot 4S tire replacement with less than 600 miles driven on them.
These cars rank solidly among AMG’s very best in the firm’s long line of stunning performers based on the various Mercedes-Benz production models. While Hagerty’s price guide coverage ends with the 2012 C63 AMG, it would not be unfair to use that benchmark when evaluating our subject offering. According to the insurer, prices range from $21,100 for a #4 driver to $73,800 for a showroom-fresh #1 concours-quality example. With only 10,500 miles and fastidious care and maintenance, is priced right and ready to sell at Hagerty’s $49k estimate for an excellent #2 car, making it easy for us to declare this one fair market at the asking price.