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Regarding the rear seat, I'm not seeing any common part numbers among the 1970 250c I'm planning to part out and the 1971 250 sedan I sold. I'm not saying that it's impossible to make these seats interchange, but it doesn't appear to have been MB's intention.

Here are pics of part numbers for back seat covers from the EPC:
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It should fit my 1973 280c just fine!
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It should fit my 1973 280c just fine!

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I took a look at your rebuild thread and see that your interior is a tan shade. Are you considering a color-swap? If so, then here's a list of items that are blue in the car:
- door and rear side panels
- front and back seats
- carpets
- center console
- dash with glovebox
- aftermarket blue steering wheel wrap
- front side kick panel carpets
- parcel shelf carpet (but faded)
- vinyl under rear windshield
- rocker panel carpeting
- a-pillar molding
- molding at top of windshield
- aftermarket trunk carpet

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I have no idea where to get the moulding for the windshield fonzi. figured I would check on eday.
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I have no idea where to get the moulding for the windshield fonzi. figured I would check on eday.

I've got moldings. I assume you mean the rubber seal. That's what I'm concerned with for the windshield replacement on my black coupe.

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sorry that's what I meant. hows the rear umper. is it clean. rusty? I got one last year that was nicer than the one I used to have, still not great though
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sorry that's what I meant. hows the rear umper. is it clean. rusty? I got one last year that was nicer than the one I used to have, still not great though

Dent in the middle from apparently being rear ended but you don't notice it at first. I've made no attempt to remove any of the rust speckles starting.

Front is good.

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If anyone in this thread wants to post or PM offers for parts, it might help me initiate the part out on this car. So feel free to send offers. I think before the total offered amount wasn't more than about $200, which is why I hadn't initiated the part out.

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im interested in the the parts I previously asked for plus a few more. woulcd make the list tonight but just got my new les paul guitar today and its calling my name lol
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im interested in the the parts I previously asked for plus a few more. woulcd make the list tonight but just got my new les paul guitar today and its calling my name lol

I don't know if you threw me an offer number on them before. Today someone offered me $200 for some larger parts. If I get to $1500 I would definitely do the part out. I think I'm only up to about $300 or maybe $350 in any offers.

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