W124 Cabin Air Pollen/Pollution Filter?

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  1. w124_tungsten

    w124_tungsten New Member

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    Hello,


    I have a 1993 W124 220E. It doesn't have air conditioning, and for this reason it seems, it doesn't have a cabin air pollen/pollution filter. Does anyone have an idea of the feasibility of retro-fitting a pollen/pollution filter to this car? I suspect this idea might be a non-starter but I'd appreciate someone elses opinion.

    I use it everyday for long motorway runs so I'm worried about the nasties accumulating in my lungs :(


    Thanks,
    A.P


    P.S I'm well aware of my hypocrisy on this - spewing out fumes and then complaining about them :p
     
  2. Sp!ke

    Sp!ke Administrator Staff Member

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  3. Dieselman

    Dieselman Banned

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    Nice to see you care Spike. No tears now..:rolleyes:
     
  4. Sp!ke

    Sp!ke Administrator Staff Member

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    Sorry, Thats should have been thread moved. :D
     

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