892 420SECs were registered in Germany on July 1, 1999 !
From those e.g. 56 in Berlin and four in Saxony.
I bought the only one registered in Saxony-Anhalt (SA) and moved it to Saxony!
These data were used to bake the
German 420SEC-cake where every piece represents the number of 420SECs per million of voters; yes, "voters" and not inhabitants because it seems to be very unlikely that a baby is a car holder. The differences are not so evident for West-Germany; a little bit more in the Daimler-Homelands (BW = Baden-Würtemberg) and in the capital of Germany (BER = Berlin). But in East-Germany (BRA = Brandenburg, MV = Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, SS = Saxony, SA = Saxony-Anhalt, TH = Thuringia) the 420SEC is really a rarity. Where the 420SECs running in Germany are to search can be nicely seen in a graph of the upper table.
MB-W126.de of Markus Wagner from Germany, about 70% of the 420SECs produced were exported. By formal application of Higher Mathematics one can find that 1104 cars remained in Germany and 80.8% of them survived till 1999. Since the center of gravity of the
production figures is in August 1987, 212 vehicles were damaged during these 12 years till July 1999; means, in average of course, 17.7 exemplars per year or roughly one 420SEC in every 20 days. This would really be a catastrophe !!! Let's hope that some of them will be found in the garages of pensioners or have left Germany in a civil manner.
|1||Martin Makolski||Frankfurt/M.||D||xx/87||.||99||rear collision, anthracite/grey leather appointment and engine sold|
|2||Ralf Schürmann||Plettenberg||D||09/90||160||98||1st hd., nautic blue/grey vel., two airbags, memory, alloy rims, stolen in CZ !|
|3||Gerben van Vlimmeren||.||NL||.||.||00||stolen and then burned up in Limburg/D|
|4||Gerben van Vlimmeren||.||NL||.||.||00||collision, sold in a parts shop in Breda||5||Your message ...||.||.||.||.||.||.|