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  1. zipdip

    zipdip Hardcore MB Enthusiast

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    Well I seem to have managed to load these photo's
    The car is a 1995 S600 one owner until last year when it had 3000,miles on the clock it has lived all it's life in Mayfair in a underground car park,the new owner is using it as a daily run about and has put on another 11,000 miles the photos were taken as it was being serviced,the interior colour seems to be beige and a grey green leather.
     

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    zipdip

    zipdip Hardcore MB Enthusiast

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    this car even had a new set of alloys fitted in the last year as the old ones were curbed,I noticed the rear sensors have a grey ring at the centre,I wondered if in 1995 they were a new idea and they just added the different colour to show off,because I think as standard you got that little mast that came out of the rear wing to tell you where the rear corner was,but a expert will soon tell me I expect.
     

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  3. brigadier

    brigadier Hardcore MB Enthusiast

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    Lovely beast. The grey ring is a sort of rubber part/seal around the actual sensor iirc. I think 1995 might have been when they replaced the extending poles with pdc
     
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