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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 11-12-2014, 11:31 AM Thread Starter
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Mercedes Benz trim which model?

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I need help identifying this trim, I got it from old Mercedes spare parts store
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If it is an OEM Mercedes part, there should be a 10-digit part number cast or stamped into the rear of the part. From that, you can use the Mercedes online Electronic Parts Catalog (EPC) to do a search for the part number and find the applications. If there is no part number, then it probably either is not a Mercedes part, or is an aftermarket copy.
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No part number on it, I fond it in Mercedes old store, I think it looks like Mercedes but I can't identify for which model, it should be for w110 or earlier as it is heavy not like modern models

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...it should be for w110 or earlier as it is heavy not like modern models
I'm familiar with the W110, and haven't seen a trim piece that looks like that. Most trim pieces have a Mercedes part number on them. Not sure what year they started adding the numbers to their parts.
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I am selling many classic Mercedes trim, from the look and the weight of the material it should be W110 or earlier, as it is from heavy material not like W114 and later models
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