Various parts I found in my basement...

Discussion in 'Classifieds - General for Sale' started by Surf Blau, Jan 16, 2003.

  1. Surf Blau

    Surf Blau Hardcore MB Enthusiast

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    Used Auto gearlever for W201/W124

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    NEW Auto gearlever for W201/W124

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    Used centreconsole for W201 - Euro edition.

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    Speedometer, clock and instrument-cluster for W124 250D - sold separately or as one.

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    Instrumentcluster for W116 - has been lying around for years. Uncertain as to which model it is for, but I think it will fit all models (possibly except the Diesel). The speedometer needs to be cleaned, and some wires are cut (for bulbs and such) on the rearside.

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    Clock for a W201 - it stops after a night with minus degrees (celsius) for some reason, other than that it works fine. I suspect that this can be fixed with some lubrication in the right spots..?
     
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    Switch for heated seat - fits W201/W124/W140/C140/R129 (has 129-part#)

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    Switch for electrically adjustable rightside mirror - new-style! For W201/W124 (fits R129 and W140 as well, but I am uncertain whether these were offered only with 2x power-mirrors?).

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    Black plastic triangle to cover the inside of the mirror base - right side.

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    Window-cranks for W201 (might fit W124 as well?) - two in old-style and two in new-style - sold separately or as one.

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    Switches for power-windows - BE AWARE of different part#s! Sold separately or as one.
     
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    3x blank covers for alu-rims - fits MB-rims (genuine or replicas).

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    Don't know what the hell this is - but it is for sale! ;)

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    Don't know what this is either - do you??

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    Motor for electric sunroof - claimed to be for a W201, but it has a W124 part#.. Perhaps it fits both?


    Any interest? Send me an email or post answers here! Thanks! :)
     
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    uh oh!! what have you gone and done! someone snap this up quick!
     
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    Looks identical to a UK one :confused:

    The 116 clocks are for either a 280 or a 350 because the speedo goes to 240k's, 450 is 260k's i believe...

    Good luck! :)
     
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    It's sold already :p I sold it to someone local who was going to install it in his daughter's severely low-equipped 190 it seems (190s without powered passenger-side mirror are *RARE*) ;) Along with it I also sold the old-style mirror-switch as well as the wood-piece for it.
     
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    Hehe - I originally posted on US-forums, and then just copied and pasted you see :D

    Thanks for the info on the 116-clocks - I'll do a check up on that :)

    As you can see I already sold something, hopefully the rest will go as well - it will sure please my father (all my stuff is filling one of his rooms in the basement (BTW; What's more English - cellar or basement??), including 8 rims and 4 tyres...) that I get rid of some things :)
     
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    Well that lot's made me realise how badly I need broadband at home:confused:
     
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    Sorry about that :( - I originally meant to post a warning, but didn't want people to stop looking for that reason :p

    Again; Sorry :(
     
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    Sven,

    It’s not a criticism, I was just thinking out loud. There's no need to be sorry.

    Got anything for a 202?
     
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    Sorry, nothing for the C-class - I haven't evolved to it yet :p
     
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    were those images big ? i did not even notice them taking any time at all to load ... :p
     
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    That's why you take so long reading posts!


    Yes, everyone NEEDS broadband.
     
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    ...some parts look very familair... :D ...

    greetingz,
     
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