BenzWorld Junior Member
Date registered: Jul 2014
Vehicle: 1970, 280SEC 3.5
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Everything what Marss said is correct. On top the wing of the 220SEC has a relatively straight line down, whereas the low grille wing has a slight curve at its lower end. It`s not that noticeable, but it´s there. Unfortunately I don`t have photos to illustrate this more precisely.
Another thing: the 220SEC wing has three screws to the cooler frame curve, the low grille wing has only two. So a third one needs to be drilled.
Present cars: MB W111 SEC 1970, Jaguar X300 Sovereign 1997, Ford Mondeo 2008
Past cars: MB 170V Cabrio B 1936, 170S 1950, 220 Cabrio B 1951, 300d 1958, 300d Cabriolet D 1960, 250SE 1966, 300SEL 3.5 1970, 350SL 1972, Alvis TC100 DHC Grey Lady 1954, Jaguar 420G 1967, Jaguar XJ40 Vanden Plas 1993, Range Rover P38 1998