I agree with all of the above posters. One thing that was
left out is that the way the economy is doing. During
the heyday of the stock market your car would be sold
by now. People are looking for bargins now, this is
evident of the glut of new cars on the market. They
are less willing to buy high ticket items. BTW,
there is a car similar to yours in the Seattle Times:
1991 Mercedes-Benz 300D
1991 300D - 2.5. $13,900. Turbo Dsl, 124k, Nice!
It has languished in the ads for some time.
I feel that if you want to sell it at this time you may
have to come down 2K; no matter how pristine it is.