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170?

Are there any other 170s available? I am looking for a 170D or 170Db.
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yeahz sir. Any euro w123 bits? looking for bumpers primarily.
Drop me an email with your list. I have made a [now long] spreadsheet

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Are there any other 170s available? I am looking for a 170D or 170Db.

There WERE two 50's 170s. I bought them both.

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Sent you an e-mail with a few parts I could use. I know the chances of there being any 560SECs there is probably mighty slim. And body parts are hard to find used. New, they are outrageous. For example, a new hood goes for $3440.

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Sent you an e-mail with a few parts I could use. I know the chances of there being any 560SECs there is probably mighty slim. And body parts are hard to find used. New, they are outrageous. For example, a new hood goes for $3440.
So you are saying I should unbolt and buy all the hoods because you SEC drivers have slow reflexes??????I smell a biz opportunity here.

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So you are saying I should unbolt and buy all the hoods because you SEC drivers have slow reflexes??????I smell a biz opportunity here.
LOL Its just that the coupes with all that aluminum tend to "bend" easier. Seriously, because of the extremely low production, coupled with the fact that the only parts in common with the SE/SELs are tail lights is why the body parts are so damned expensive. Mechanical parts are basically W126 and are usually readily available. Maybe you can find me an AMG 6.0 SEC!!! ;-)

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So you are saying I should unbolt and buy all the hoods because you SEC drivers have slow reflexes??????I smell a biz opportunity here.
Don't forget the grills either.

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