Worlds most expensive key!!??

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  1. bpsorrel

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    I wish.
    You can't even open the boot with that one.

    Chancers are great aren't they.

    I'm not sure why anyone would want to spend £90,000 on a key.

    I'd rather spend it on a CLK Black.
     
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    I've just sent the ebay seller a message asking if you get the car also in with the price tag he's charging for the key.

    Tony
     
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    A CLK Black wouldn't open your cabin door , unless you rammed it with it. :D
     
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    how much are they from mercedes?
     
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    £240...but they work. The one for sale is only good for replacing a worn casing.
     
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    I wish.
    Neither would that key - it was for the binocular cabinet on the Titanic...

    A CLK would indirectly as the potential buyer of the E55 would no doubt open the cabin door...

    :D
     
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