You'll need to verify these numbers and fitment with the Classic Center, ([email protected]
) who will sell the parts to you as well at a discount if you claim to be an MBCA member or something like that.
Your car, based on the VIN/chassis number, has the "second version" suspension. That means the front springs should be:
111 321 18 04 - still available through Mercedes for a little over $100/each.
111 323 00 00 - front shock absorber, NLA from Mercedes, looks like a Bilstein #24-005272
110 324 30 04 - rear spring, standard version, still available from Mercedes, around $150/each
108 320 01 31 - rear shock absorber, still available from Mercedes ($$$$) or from Bilstein as a #24-005371
If you replace springs you'll want new spring pads as well. Whoever you use to source the springs (Classic Center?) can identify the spring pads for you.
The front end doesn't have "rubber", so to speak. It's a king pin suspension. You'll want a sway bar bushing kit, which you can get from Alex in Germany:
Understand that his prices reflect a VAT that people outside the EU don't pay, so if you set up an account on his website (which costs nothing to do) you'll see prices reflect your actual cost in $EU without the VAT. VAT is around 20%, so the difference is substantial. Shipping will cost about $40, but his stuff is very high quality and it's still cheaper than buying it from Mercedes. He also ships very fast - it's not uncommon to place an order on Monday or Tuesday and have your stuff by the end of the week.
You can do front subframe mounts, too, but be prepared for a major undertaking if you do. This involves dropping the front suspension while supporting the engine, which can be tricky.