Date registered: Jun 2009
Vehicle: 1991 300E
Location: Maryland's Eastern Shore
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Good response layzie12g. I meant no offense with my comments and I'm glad you took none.
With a little research, I believe you can identify the origin of your various shift knobs. It's said that every MB part has a part number on it. I wonder if that's true of shift knobs. That information will be very helpful to potential buyers. It should be noted also that many users will install shift knobs from other models to upgrade their "look."
You've likely got more than $1,000 in shift knobs, if you can market them properly, and you deserve to benefit from your work. Don't worry too much about first impressions here. As you say, there are a lot of us here and most all of us have short memories. I know that has worked to my benefit.
BTW: If you continue on this forum, please consider completing your user profile--typically including location and model and year of vehicle. Location would be reassuring to folks. If you're not a MB owner, that's fine.