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well i think i got a bargain today
someone local to me is breaking a 94 model 600sel he,s putting the v12 in a 1990 w124 coupe but thats another story.
i got the complete 2 tone leather interior front and rear seats in superb condition
a walnut gearshift selector (ive searched for ages for one)
2 x leather sunvisors
all four door cards with all wooden furniture etc
b post trims as there different to a standard 500sel as they have a walnut trim about a third of the way up.

all for £200
im sure thats a bargain what do you guys think
 

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"CHRIS" Merc 92 600SEL / Sold > 93 600SE / 93 S500 / 89 560SEL / 413CDI / B180-CDI /A170-CDI
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That is a Steal ,i stole one complete interior to but only from a standard S500 for 250 AU Dollar's . Bet you cant wait to fit it all in ,lol.
Ciao :thumbsup:
 

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Sounds like a really good buy, you'll have to post pictures for us when it's all installed.
 

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i,ll get some pics up as soon as its done. i wanted to start this afternoon but the weather in the uk at the moment is bad we got 6 inches of snow on the ground. so all i managed was the gear selector trim and the sunvisors.
as i could do them sat inside with the heater on.
i never realised the sunvisors were different till i saw them today.
 

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finally got the interior fitted but it wasnt straight forward
the only thing that went straight in was the drivers seat.
passenger seat was a different story my old one was none memory and the new one memory so the wiring was all different
had to swap the seat base and backrest over then when fittes the forward and back and headrest movement wasnt working turned out to be a fuse after much headscratching. my rear seats were none electric and the new ones where so had to swap the leather over to my old frame as they were totally different.also the new headrests were electic not vacum operated so manages to go back to the donor car and get the wiring and switch for them.
and also got the electic rear blind and wiring and parcel shelf which is also totally different.
never expected so many little differences.
the rear seats are also heated as well so will have a go at wiring those in in the future.
i will get some pics up as soon as i can if anyone wants to see them
 
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