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1998 Mercedes CL600; Flip, Drive, or Part Out

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  • #31
    Left on a truck this morning, sold it to RENNtech (yes, the Mercedes tuning company) in Florida for as much as I paid for it originally after pulling the seats, the seatbelt presenters, all the power windows, and the power trunk release out of the car. Cost me ~$400-600 in parts to get it enjoyable to drive and a bit more complete in an attempt to sell it whole and running. Overall I'm super pleased!
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    • #32
      Well I guess it was fun while it lasted! I am currently very interested in older Mercedes cars. They seem fascinating for some reason.
      Life is short. Be a do'er and not a shoulda done'er.
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      • #33
        I'm going to have to look into this sell a car thing... you say you get money for it?

        Originally posted by BBR View Post
        Well I guess it was fun while it lasted! I am currently very interested in older Mercedes cars. They seem fascinating for some reason.
        Ford's 4.6 looks very much like the '74 450SL I had but the driveshaft donuts made me a little crazy. They definitely had impressive tech.
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