W123 200 (M102) Under Bonnet Pics Reqd- Coolant Hose Connections

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  1. vrsmatt99

    vrsmatt99 New Member

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    Hi everyone,
    I am currently restoring a 1983 Mercedes W123 200 saloon.
    When I purchased the car, it came without an engine. I have since purchased an engine but it had already been removed from the car too!
    I am in need of some under bonnet photos of the engine showing the coolant pipe/hose layout from the bulkhead to the radiator and inlet manifold etc.
    I have worked out I think where they all go, but would just like some confirmation, especially around the bulkhead area and inlet manifold.
    Any general under bonnet photos of the 200 carb engine (M102) would also be very helpful.
    I have found a few US photos (LHD) online but nothing that really shows what I need and the layout is slightly different too.
    Any help would be greatly appreciated!!
    Many Thanks
    Matt
     
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    Hope this helps, best I can find.

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    vrsmatt99

    vrsmatt99 New Member

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    Thanks for those, they certainly give me the information i need for what happens at the front.
    I could also really do with a view down the back of the engine looking at the bulkhead area from both sides.

    Many Thanks

    Matt
     
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    vrsmatt99

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    Im still looking for some pics of the Coolant Hose connections at the bulkhead and Inlet Manifold if anyone has them!

    Any help greatly appreciated!

    Thanks

    Matt
     

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