Date registered: Jul 2010
Vehicle: 1993 190E 2.6 Limited Edition
Location: Atlanta, Georgia
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The trunk lid and the spare tire plastic and carpet covers are unique as well.
Rims are unique too.
The suspension has different front control arms, sway bars, and shocks but not worth pulling unless they have been replaced recently. The shocks for a Sportline are difficult to get. When I ordered mine, I had to get them through Mercedes, they shipped from Germany (none were available in the US), and at the time, I purchased the last pair of rear shocks left in stock in Europe. They may have more now or they may be NLA. The control arms are not too bad. That front sway bar may be damaged. The rear sway bar on a Sportline is actually smaller than stock for some reason. I replaced mine with a normal 2.6 sway bar.
If you replace anything, replace it in pairs, especially the control arms or you will get uneven tire wear.
I totally rebuilt the suspension on my Sportline Limited Edition for about $1600 last year, the majority of that was for parts.
Best of luck, I would potentially be interested in the rims if you part it out.
Last edited by w123fanman; 07-17-2016 at 09:08 AM.