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Customizing my 1999 CLK 320

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I am looking for an all-around GOOD shop in the Washington D.C. area for such things as aerodynamic accessories, interior accessories (wood grain steering, etc.) wheels, tires, etc. for my 1999 CLK 320.<p>Overwhelmed by "dot coms" in CA and FL who promise everything.<p>NEED HELP.
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<font face="Verdana" size=1>I have a 320 myself. There aren't much MB shops in your area. I personally prefer mail-order, etc. since it's cheaper. There a lot of shops in the NJ area. I'd gladly bring you around if you want to go all the way there.<p>If you want good priced AMG parts, I suggest buying from our partner, Auto Class, who is in Florida (uh-oh)... You get an extra MBNZ.org discount on their already low prices. Just call them up and ask for Gaston. Tell him you're a member of MBNZ.org<p>For pictures of my CLK, go to www.mbnz.org/images/<br></font><br><img src="http://209.164.107.143/uploads/pics/frank_sig.gif">
 
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Re: What's the link to Rtoyz ? If it's the featured M3, yes I am the one.

yes, its the same RTOYZ ur talking about...thanks
 
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If you can't find a shop in DC, then try Wheel Warehouse in Anaheim, CA, they have a large selection of MB accessories like Lorinser!<p>Have a great day!<p><br>: I am looking for an all-around GOOD shop in the Washington D.C. area for such things as aerodynamic accessories, interior accessories (wood grain steering, etc.) wheels, tires, etc. for my 1999 CLK 320.<p>Overwhelmed by "dot coms" in CA and FL who promise everything.<p>NEED HELP. <p>
 
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