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Fuel pump search

I am looking for a fuel pump for my 1969 280 SE/C. I am striking out. Can anyone point me in the right direction?
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You need the short Bosch electric pump. Try FCPEuro.com They have a fairly decent price on a new one. New,used and rebuilt ones are on Ebay.
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these are fairly easy to find. any mercedes dealer should be able to order one for you. part number is 001 091 52 01, about $1000.
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German Star usually has remans available.
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these are fairly easy to find. any mercedes dealer should be able to order one for you. part number is 001 091 52 01, about $1000.
Absolute madness. This is exactly why I avoid the stealership.

You can also go to Summit Racing (dot com) and buy a general, platform agnostic one for considerably less. As in $80. As long as it delivers the right volume per minute, a pump is a pump is a pump.
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Everyone, thank you for your help with this.
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You can also go to Summit Racing (dot com) and buy a general, platform agnostic one for considerably less.
"platform agnostic" - that's a creative use of the English language; I like it.
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call Brinson co at 800 535 8788 they have a lot of hard to find parts for older cars , new or recon , or mod to fit a modern pump . a CIS pump that was on 76 up would work fine .[ done it ]
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"platform agnostic" - that's a creative use of the English language; I like it.
Indeed, I wouldn't have thought of it.

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