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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 05-02-2008, 08:16 AM Thread Starter
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1973 Mercedes Benz 280SEL 4.5

I restored the body on this car and sorted out the Mechanics. I have More then 3 times the asking in it so far.

Most recent work done (in the last two months)

New muffler
New Flex Disc
New Transmission mount
New Steering Damper
New Steering Coupling
New oil pressure gauge line

Other work that was done in the last two years include (but not limited to) the following:

Timing Chain and tensioner
EFI computer
Map sensor
Rebuilt Wiring Harness
rebuilt steering box
New brake Master Cylinder
New Brake Hoses
New headliner
Full Repaint
Complete replacement of front and rear door seals
Complete replacement of front and rear windshield seals
New trunk Seal
New Fuel tank sender gasket

This car runs great. Needs interior to finish. I'm asking for $5000 firm.

Car is in Dallas, TX.











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god! that's pure sex.
Why dont we get cars like that over in Canada.
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god! that's pure sex.
Why dont we get cars like that over in Canada.
Because they rust there?
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I may pull this car off the market as I just spring for some brand new front and rear leather seat covers.
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