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d w124

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w124 3.6AMG styling E320 S124 Lorinser styling
10 years of daily drive at any weather has started to show so with the ULEZ crap on my doorstep,I’ve decided to retire the bus and give it the treatment it deserves

Now let’s do this and I promise she’ll look better than ever once done 😊

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Whilst it's an inevitable location for the tin-worm to take hold of the structure in neglected vehicles, I have to wonder where you would source replacement inner wing panels.?
I hope the front of the rear arches have faired better for you.
 
Good job you have the brothers on it. That would have taken Martin 10 years to do :)
 
Moved to Projects :)
 
Whilst it's an inevitable location for the tin-worm to take hold of the structure in neglected vehicles, I have to wonder where you would source replacement inner wing panels.?
I hope the front of the rear arches have faired better for you.
Someone with only the most basic metal forming skills can make a repair panel or two for that well known rust spot on w124's and w201's. Really no need for a replacement inner wing unless the garage wants to make their lives really difficult (and their bill really big).
 
Well in for the project. Looking forward to the pics.
 
Access looks good for letting in repairs.What is she like at the rear?
 

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