Tastefully-modified & Tuned C63 AMG Will Leave You Drooling: Marketplace Finds
Lowering springs, carbon fiber body bits and some extra power make this C63 an super-hot sports sedan.
The 2010 Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG is a great performance sedan with an aggressive exterior design and the premium interior layout that you would expect, but simple modifications can go a long way in improving the performance capabilities and creating a more aggressive look. The owner of this boosted C63 in the MBWorld Marketplace has added a lengthy list of common upgrades that give the sedan a sportier look, improved handling and more power.
In other words, if you have been dreaming of owning a lightly modified C63, but you don’t love the idea of going through the process of doing the work or picking a shop to do the work, this could be the AMG for you.
When “1KLEANAMG” first posted his 2010 AMG C63 for sale on the forum, he included a mod list and the following key information on the vehicle.
“Up for sale is my pride and joy
2010 c63 amg
73k miles/ clean title
Extremely clean in and out
Title in hand, tags are current as well
Comes with tasteful mods as well-
Over $10k invested into this beast
Always maintained and taken care of by Benzworks
Always garaged/ paint waxed/ detailed bi-weekly
Most recent services:
-transmission service at 50k miles
-oil changed every 3k miles with Mobil 5w-30
-new brakes pads at 58k miles”
Most importantly, as you can see in the images here, this Mercedes appears to be flawless inside and out.
Next, the seller listed all of the upgrades, which he states cost more than $10,000.
To improve the power output, this C63 has Row euro air boxes, AFE Pro Dry-S air filters, a Benzworks catless midpipe, Benzworks long tube headers, a Benzworks catless x-pipe and an OETuning custom dyno on 91 octane that led to figures of 480 horsepower and 463 lb-ft of torque at the rear wheels.
To spruce up the exterior, this AMG sedan has the grille from a 2012 model, a JL Motoring carbon fiber lip, a JL Motoring carbon fiber rear wing and window tint all around. This Benz also has a set of KW V3 coilovers that improve handling while also giving the car a sportier stance over the stock wheels.
Really, if you like the look of the 2010 C63, but you would like a little more power and a slightly sportier exterior look, this car is perfect. At $27,500 it is priced a bit above what Kelly Blue Book suggests for a stock car, but this car is not stock and when you look at the combination of the parts and labor, the markup for the aftermarket parts is insignificant.