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Vintage NOS OEM Parts Found - Need Help To Identify

Hi Guys,

I'm the proud owner of a 1982 380SL which belonged to my father. Sadly, he passed away in 2008 and I have been working on restoring it since that time.

Oddly enough, my grandfather (on my Mom's side of the family) has been selling vintage car parts (mostly Ford) for the last 40 years. Mercedes is NOT his thing, but he found a box of NOS OEM Mercedes parts at his shop last week. He can't remember how he got them, but he's had them in dry storage for at least the last 25 years.

I have identified a good deal of them by doing web searches for the part numbers, but have some that I'm still stumped on. Most everything is mechanical and nothing is particuarly large, but I would be grateful if anyone here can help me identify some of these remaining numbers. If anyone actually needs something from this list, feel free to let me know. Any money I make in selling these parts will go into the purchase of parts for my 380SL, so its going right back into a vintage Benz!

110 586 01 49 (Repair Kit sealed in bag)

111 586 01 33 (Kingpin Repair Kit in original box)

120 586 00 33 (Kingpin set in original styrofoam box)

110 586 02 33 (Kingpin set in original styrofoam box)

115 869 01 90 (washer pump in original box, part number handwritten on so may not be correct)

108 820 01 52 (dome light in original bag)

107 586 0081 (in original bag)

121 223 04 12 (motor mounts, loose)

180 223 11 12 (motor mounts, loose)

000 545 23 45 (rubber cap in original bag)

114 973 00 11 (in original bag)

000 912 008 126 (bolt in original bag)

000 990 73 36 (moulding installation screws ? in original bag)

128 586 00 49 and 128 586 01 49 (sealed in original bags)

121 155 01 81 (loose)

116 820 23 66 (cover - loose)

107 490 00 40 (loose)

700 831 17 31 (switch ? in paper bag with handwritten part number)

0 280 120 011 (switch ? loose, this is the engineering number cast into the back of the switch body)

000 830 83 02 (Bosch motor. Possibly used. Has Serviced by Bosch sticker affixed to motor. Part number handwritten on tag)

000 586 29 88 (wheel cylinder repair kit in original box)

000 586 35 88 (wheel cylinder repair kit in original box)

Thanks!
Brennan
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I'm not sure what you are asking for. Are you asking for a more detailed explanation than what you have of the parts you have, and what vehicles they go to? For instance:

114 973 00 11 (in original bag)

This part is identifed as a "Plate" and is applicable to north american cars as follows:
115.114, 114.073, 114.060


Upon further research, it appears to be the plastic cap plate that covers the end of the center arm rest for some 114 and 115 cars. (Covers the opening that has the big metal tube in it that the center arm rest pivots on.

You can go through all of the part numbers yourself and get this information and it's free. You need to download and install EPCnet.

Go to this URL: EPC-net Online
and become a subscriber and install it and expect a big learning curve on trying to use the software. It is very useful and not always intuitive, but if you are restoring a car or trying to find out what a numbered part goes to, EPCnet is the way to do it.

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Scott,

Thanks for that. I never knew that website existed, but it seems it won't let me join because I live in Canada. Just my luck, I guess!

The reason I was asking about these specific parts is because I have no idea what they are. Since my grandfather was allowing me to sell them to use for money to buy parts for my own 380SL restoration, I thought it would be helpful to know exactly what I have before trying to sell them.

I guess I'll have to keep trying online searches since I can't join EPC-net.

Thanks!
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See if this helps any - I'd be interested in buying the ponton parts. Send me a PM and we can talk.

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110 586 01 49 (Repair Kit sealed in bag) - 111 chassis

111 586 01 33 (Kingpin Repair Kit in original box) - 111 chassis

120 586 00 33 (Kingpin set in original styrofoam box) - ponton

110 586 02 33 (Kingpin set in original styrofoam box) - 112 and 113 chassis

115 869 01 90 (washer pump in original box, part number handwritten on so may not be correct) - 108, 114 and 115 chassis

108 820 01 52 (dome light in original bag) - 108, 109, 111 and 112 chassis

107 586 0081 (in original bag) - 107, 114, 115 and 116 chassis

121 223 04 12 (motor mounts, loose) - 110 chassis

180 223 11 12 (motor mounts, loose) - 110 and 111 chassis

000 545 23 45 (rubber cap in original bag) - 201 chassis

114 973 00 11 (in original bag) - 114 and 115 chassis

000 912 008 126 (bolt in original bag) - no info

000 990 73 36 (moulding installation screws ? in original bag) - 123 chassis

128 586 00 49 - new # 128-490-00-37 minor kit, all Pontons (exhaust system maybe)

and 128 586 01 49 (sealed in original bags) - new# 128-490-01-37 major kit with lots of hardware all Pontons (exhaust system maybe)

121 155 01 81 (loose) - 111, 112, 120, 121, 126, 129 and 140 chassis

116 820 23 66 (cover - loose) - 116 chassis

107 490 00 40 (loose) - new# 107-490-02-40 450SLC / 380SLC center exhaust bracket

700 831 17 31 (switch ? in paper bag with handwritten part number) - no info , maybe an AC switch for a finback?

0 280 120 011 (switch ? loose, this is the engineering number cast into the back of the switch body) - looks like the Bosch number

000 830 83 02 (Bosch motor. Possibly used. Has Serviced by Bosch sticker affixed to motor. Part number handwritten on tag) - no info

000 586 29 88 (wheel cylinder repair kit in original box) - new# 001-586-93-42 fits rear wheel cylinders 190SL, 220S/SE, early finbacks

000 586 35 88 (wheel cylinder repair kit in original box) - new# 001-586-92-42 fits some early finback 110 cars, commercial application, like an ambulance. 22.2mm rear wheel cylinder.

Len
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