some sites that list collector cars in various parts of the country. In the Washington, DC area, I keep an eye on this "market" in the Sunday classifieds. Depending on milage, rust, etc., they can go from $1,000 to asking price of around $5k for one supposedly really nice. Hope this helps...would like to find one myself. <br>
i paid 2,600 hundred for my '78 with every option, 167,000 miles, never wrecked, pretty good shape. try performance automotive out of Danbury CT, they may have some around and would give you the prices. if you cant find them online, you can e-mail me at [email protected] and i'll track down their number for you.
you never know what you will find, I got my 78' 240D with 95K miles, and almost perfect condition, and I paid $700, and I have some of the pics whn it was original (nice car) on my page, so you never know. look very hard!
I just had an inquiry on my 1980 240D yesterday from an independent shop. Seems that one of his cutomers had a 240D in mind.
I paid $1500 from the original owner three years ago. After spending 9 months to totally restore it, I decided to quote a price of $8,500. Car has 162K and is in perfect "show" condition - a real beauty! I guess I really didn't want to sell it, just threw this number out there to see... The lady did not take me up on my offer - thank goodness! What did she think, that I would give it away for 4 or 5K? No way!
BenzWorld.org forum is one of the largest Mercedes-Benz owner websites offering the most comprehensive collection of Mercedes-Benz information anywhere in the world. The site includes MB Forums, News, Galleries, Publications, Classifieds, Events and much more!