For $5,800, the 1995 C36 we found only has 83,324 miles on its clock. The car looks like it is completely stock except for an aftermarket head unit. There is also an even lower mileage car for sale with only 77,000 miles, although this car has a price of $11,500. Even though this car is nearly double the price of the first example, it is still incredibly cheap when you think about what you are buying. The C36 is not a performance bargain, but you are getting an incredibly important piece of Mercedes history. Remember, the C36 was the first car to be officially co-developed by Mercedes and AMG. In the early days of AMG, the C-Class would actually roll off the production line and be driven down the street to receive its modifications from AMG.