Spend $3.6 million on a Mercedes-AMG G63, get a free house in Melbourne

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One seller is appealing to the lodging marketplace ... but offering a escaped G-Wagen with the purchase.

Ben Zachariah
Spend $3.6 cardinal  connected  a Mercedes-AMG G63, get   a escaped  location   successful  Melbourne

Rising involvement rates whitethorn beryllium putting downward unit connected the existent property market, but 1 seller is sweetening the woody with the offer of a Mercedes-AMG G63 alongside the luxury house.

Located successful the leafy outer Melbourne suburb of Ringwood North, the 80sq location comes with six bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, and a 14-car store – on with the Mercedes-AMG.

The seller appears to beryllium a purveyor of good automobiles, with an representation of the home's store showing a Toyota GR Yaris blistery hatch, an archetypal Fiat 500, Lamborghini Murcielago supercar, a Triumph Sprint, classical Ford Mustang, a Holden sheet van, and 2 Ford Falcons – on with a achromatic and achromatic mural celebrating satellite champion Lewis Hamilton's Formula One career.

While not confirmed, it appears the G63 is simply a W463 exemplary built earlier 2018, powered by a 5.5-litre twin-turbo V8 – valued astatine astir $200,000, depending connected specifications and mileage.

The advertisement says the AMG is achromatic with achromatic connected tan interior, optioned with carbon-fibre trim and an Alcantara headliner, and featuring a Brabus beforehand extremity with a bullbar.

For anyone with a spare $3.6 cardinal who needs a Mercedes-AMG G63 – and determination to location it – the listing tin beryllium viewed connected Domain by clicking here.

Ben Zachariah

Ben Zachariah is an experienced writer and motoring writer from Melbourne, having worked successful the automotive manufacture for much than 15 years. Ben was antecedently an interstate motortruck operator and completed his MBA successful Finance successful aboriginal 2021. He is considered an adept successful the country of classical car investment.

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