I've had my '95 E320 Wagon for three years now and it has honestly become the favorite car I've ever owned. I've fixed a lot of things (window regulator, SLS spheres, replaced missing ornament, new bumpers, etc.) and have loved working on this car (just about every single part has the part number stamped or molded into it)! After driving comfortably (often with 6 other people in the car with me) to every camping trip, football game, family gathering and concert I wanted to within 8 hours drive, the reverse is finally giving up at 203K miles. It's very slow to engage at times and quotes ranged from $800 (to fix the reverse only) to $4600 for a replace/rebuild at the stealership. I hate to let it go and might just drive it forward until something else very expensive goes, but what's your guy's thoughts? Sell it now and look for another or drive it into the ground then sell it for parts/scrap?