Very nice example of a 1987 300TD .
Miles, "a lot". the odometer showed 260k when I got it and was not working. I pulled it apart repaired it and it ran fine until last year sometime. Now shows low 300k miles.
Engine and transmission run great. Car drives really nicely. Motor starts right up every time even in very cold weather. Just this spring it had its first glow plug go bad. I replaced all 6 while I was there.
Recent repairs and things done.
New paint about a year ago. Turned out nicely. I had them remove a couple of door dings while they were doing it.
New blower motor and regulator.
New power steering/SLS pump.
Complete fluid flush for power steering and rear SLS.
New rear shocks complete
New drive belt.
Rebuilt power steering gearbox. (I say rebuilt, the lower seal was leaking, I removed it, tore it down, replaced all the seals, inspected and re-installed it.)
New (rebuilt) alternator (Bosch reman)
New Tires ~ 1000 miles on them.
When I got the car, about 5 years ago, it had a cracked dash.. I replaced the dash (New, from the dealer), Evap, heater core and all the vacuum pods.
AC/Heat work perfectly.
Everything works in the car, windows, sunroof, rear hatch pulldown, wipers, etc.
Things that are wrong:
Drivers side headlight lens is cracked. (I have the original US spec headlights if someone wants them with the car)
Trim around the ignition switch is missing.
Seems to have developed a drainage problem somewhere. If you park it on a slope and get a good rain the carpet in the drivers side footwell will have water in it.
For more pictures.
2013-06-30 1987 300TD
How much do I want for it? Actually I'm not sure.. I plan on listing it on Ebay for maybe 7 or 8k and see what happens. I'd entertain a reasonable offer. I doubt you could offend me.