The tragedy at the 1955 24 hours of Le Mans led to Mercedes-Benz removing themselves from factory-sponsored racing for 35 years. In 1989, Mercedes came roaring back to motorsport — and the 190E 2.5-16 Evolution was one of the successful efforts that led the charge. The Evo debuted at the Geneva Auto Show in 1989, and a year later, the much-improved Evo II dropped at the same event and would become an instant classic. Made to homologate the model for the German DTM series, the Evo II sported an instantly-recognizable body kit with a Cosworth-tuned 232 horsepower 2.5-liter four under the hood, ride height adjustment from inside the car, and one color — black. This Evo II, number 130 of 502 made, has spent the last thirty years in the care of the original owner and has been driven, showing 84,000 miles on the odometer — and not anywhere on the car. Immaculate would be an understatement and is an absolute must for any enthusiast of the best Europe has to offer.