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WTD; 300SD half cut

I need help in locating a half-cut 300SD to be transported to Australia. As I will transfer the engine and gearbox into a local body, rust is no objection as long as engine and box are in good nick. I like to start with a half cut as this will also supply the necessary cabling.
I like a 300 turbo, but the few that are around, are usually not for sale, and as far as I know the turbo engine 300Ds were only ever imported int Australia in W123 300Ts.
Guards headlights and bonnet are not really needed.
thanks in advance Hank

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Hank if you are mostly interested in the drive train ALL 82 to 85 123 body US Mercedes have the trubo diesel engine (sedan, coupe and touring)
A whole car might prove easier to purchase and transport than a half cut wrecking yard special. Just my .02
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Cool Because it seems easier

Because it is seems easier from where I stand. I start of with a non-turbo car and may need several parts that I can just transfer from the donor, if the donor is standing next to it.

The reason for a half-cut is transport. There are several companies that regularly transport engines and other parts for the enthusiasts of older American Cars. A half cut will take up a lot less space in a container besides why transport parts that i can "easily" obtain in Australia.

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