His father was the second, original owner. This makes him the third original owner. The term "original" mean absolutely nothing unless the person selling, is the same person who bought the car.....not a relative, not the neighbor bud down the street that's almost family....not the guy you worked with for 25yrs etc.It's advertised as for sale by the original owner and then he says that he is selling it for his father who is the second owner. If he can't figure out that his father isn't the orignal owner, what else is not true about the car?
He'll do it I'm sure...as long as there's a buck involved. However, I find George Takei much more interesting. I'd buy something signed from him for sure.:thumbsup:I'm currently working with a producer for a whole line of Shat related car accessories. We're also looking into buying cars on auction and having him sign them for a "signature series" of premium-select autos. Stay tuned
I actually read that ad once. What's sounds fishy to me is the original damage story and the owner took the lesser payoff for a I6 car....why? If all that money was put into it....why would he do that? That's a HUGE red flag and his description of the event is lacking to say the least.Kevin, it is a nice looking car, nice upgrades also.
FS: '92 500E - Excellent Condition - PeachParts Mercedes ShopForum
Ad say's $12KThere is one on Peach for <10k. It has a salvage title, but for a driver, I'd prefer that one.
A nicer sound system also.
mechanics name, maybe the $8k stereo (w/o pics) is starting to push it. Taking all in context, it's a pretty big story.famous