Don't get me wrong, I do take very good care of the car. It's just that I get tired of cars quickly and want a reason to buy a new car, by the time this goes out in about 2 years it will be the perfect time.
The timing chain could have been replaced but I don't know for sure, the records go up to around 100k miles then stop, I purchased the car at 120k miles. The car runs flawlessly, except for occasionally stalling at idle which I think is a carbon build up issue.
If the timing chain replacement is only $1k then I will do it but I was under the impression that is was $3k.
As for selling the car it is pretty much worthless. I was rear ended and kept the cash, all it has is a small amount of cosmetic damage, but will be $4,500 to fix to new.
1992 Mercedes-Benz 400E
2002 Mercedes-Benz ML500