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Red face W112 GEAR SELECTOR INDICATOR

Desperately looking for gear selector indicator for 63 w112 mercedes convertible. Need one for right hand drive car with column shift. The few i found in eBay are all for left hand drive cars.
appreciate any help in location one. thanks.
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Hi, do you mean just the part that goes in the dash and has the little orange pointer that moves? For an auto car? I didn't think there would be any difference between LHD and a RHD one?
One you confirm that is the part you are after, I can ask around. I saw one recently but can't remember where.
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Yes it's the gear indicator that fits in the dashboard. For RHD cars like mine, the P
(Park) would be positioned on the extreme right in the idicator and extreme left for LHD cars. Thanks for the help.
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Philchie, please complete your profile so we know what country you are in.

Try Australia or England ebay.

if you know the part number google it.
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What is wrong with yours and do you still have it? If it is just the wire frayed then i have fixed them with dental floss just remove the old wire and replace it with floss. the last one i did about 2001 is still working fine and when it breaks cheap and easy to fix

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My car was in the garage for many months undergoing full body and interior
restoration and this part along with few others went missing somehow. I've managed to locate and buy all other missing parts except for the gear indicator.

I live in Bangkok, Thailand.
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Hi Phil,
I have looked through my magazines and all the normal web sites that I look for stuff in, and I cannot for the life of me find where I saw that brand new one for sale. I will keep scratching my head this weekend. A W112 cab deserves the best!
Cheers, Drew
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