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I was a FOOL not to do this when I was "building" my $500 190E! Anyway, I've noticed a weird squirmish feeling in the $500 car's original rear end, so I've decided to put my wrecked 190E's rear end on the $500 car. It's possible to do this without removing the entire exhaust, but it's a little harder getting to the nut holding the two halves of the drive shaft together. I'll probably swap the fuel filter/accumulator/filter package over too since it has to be disconnected from the tank any way. Hell, I might just swap gas tanks too! Anyway, I've noticed the outside lower control arm bushings/joints on my wrecked 190E's rear end look shot. They're $20/each. You think the ball-joint puller available for rent at Autozone will press them out and back in?





 

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1996 Volvo 855GLT, 1993 MB 190e 2.3 8v, 1998 Subaru Outback SUS, 1991 BMW 525, 1998 MB C230
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any full body shots of the car?? from what i see of the body it looks much cleaner...
 

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There are PLENTY of little nicks and dings that just don't show up in pictures, but it isn't that bad. Here's a pic of the interior, 95% of which came out of my wrecked car...


 
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