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1983 Mercedes Benz Turbo Diesel 300sd Parts Car As Is on 2040-parts.com

US $550.00
Location:

South Elgin, Illinois, US

South Elgin, Illinois, US
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Parts car, no title.

Mercedes benz 5 cylinder turbo diesel 300sd 1983 225k miles, automatic trans, tan leather interior, hit in front. Aluminum rims.

I bought it for a project, sold the project, don't need the parts car.

If it doesn't sell I may sell parts and scrap it out, so let me know what you are looking for.

This car has lots of trouble, hit, rust, dents. It ran after the accident, but that was 8 years ago. Now it doesn't. If you put in a battery it buzzes and that's about it.

Consider it a total parts car, no title. I don't guarantee anything on it, as I know nothing about condition.

I will help load on a trailer with my bobcat. Local pickup only.

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