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Old 08-08-2001, 11:59 AM
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Faux e500 I did it and so can you

In case you've been considering taking the plunge.
Here are the part numbers and Approx DEALER prices.
I updated my 92 400e to resemble a 94 e500
Mine was financed my an insurance mishap. I just paid the diff.

Front Bumper Cover 94 e500
124-880-47-70 - $1200 (actually this is the entire KIT you really only need the cover at $900)
L/R Fog Lights in bumper 94 e500
129-820-01-56 - $220
129-820-02-56 - $220
Hood 94 e500
124-880-26-18 - $587
Grill Assy
124-880-07-83 - $308
L/R Head light Assy's
124-820-07-57 - $612
124-820-08-57 - $612
L/R Fender 94 e500
124-880-25-18 - $475
124-880-26-28 - $475
L/R Fender Panel molding 94 e500
124-690-41-40-7700 - $254
124-690-42-40-7700 - $254
L/R Rocker panel Molding(Lower most molding beneath
doors) 94 e500
124-690-09-53 - $456
124-690-10-53 - $456
L/R Tail light assy 94 124 body update
124-820-87-64 - $195
124-820-88-64 - $204

As others have mentioned in previous threads you have to have wheels/tires with the correct offset to fill up the fenders. Mine obviously do.
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