I own a like new 1999 Mercedes-Benz C230 Turbocharged 4 cylinder with every sophisticated performance and safety feature you can imagine. But, I would trade it today for an "antique and classic automobile or wooden boat"; so, if you are willing to talk about owning something that is extremely nice like new, but is 14 years old and you would never know it, just think about how you would fare with the old classics in the 40 to 60K range that will still be sitting there for years to come. If anyone has a legitimate trade and wants to switch automobiles because I am a baby boomer, retired and have retired from my profession while seeking an older 'antique and classic luxury car or muscle car' let me know. It's only words and you never know, as a baby boomer my car today will be to a millennial (younger person in mid 20's) an investment and classic TURBO Benz, that has under 100K miles on it while still looking new off the showroom floor and kept like a new car should be kept. This is the first time I've put my name on such a proposal and the reason I am doing it is because the car I own today will indeed be a "classic" to the millennial age lady or man who loves the luxury, style, Turbo performance, and new condition they could easily store (and better than a stock investment or money in rare coins or Art), while I would get what I grew up with since my birthdate was 1955. Give it some thought and this "tit for tat" FORUM DISCUSSION could lead somewhere that would make both parties and/or entities happier while improving their quality in life with something as important as my "antique and classic automobiles and antique and classic wooden boats" that I have had many of in the nearly six decades of life. My email is email@example.com; this is a serious commitment and serious parties may want to start up a private conversation based on what I said that I would let go of today, that is in perfect condition. Mercedes-Benz of North America.