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Looking for some help with my New to ME 1972 250

Hi my name is Frank, very new to these cars and trying to help a buddy out.

I am a ford guy at heart , but trying to help a youngin (18 and full of desire to fix this car up)

Is there an online tech manual with parts list (part numbers we can use for reference) out there?

trying to replace some fuel lines he cut (they had surface rust and he refused to listen- hahahah kids!) , and redo the brake system to make it safe for him.

Any help is appreciated

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Haynes Manual is the cheapest alternative, available in most automotive stores usually available in few days. I rebuild my engine from that manual. it has a lot of info.
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Is there an online tech manual with parts list (part numbers we can use for reference) out there?

Google "Mercedes EPC". Subscribe to the EPC if you have a windows computer (not a apple/mac) and can run Java. This is the same tool the dealers use to find part numbers. It is free for people with a Credit Card with a United States billing address. It is very helpful.


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