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Old 02-08-2006, 03:47 PM
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W115 Sedan (1967 - 1976) 220 200/8 200D/8 230.4 220D 300D 240D

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Old 02-13-2006, 12:24 AM
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I just bought a 1973 220D sedan, outside of the body is rusty, but not too awful, good trim and glass, BUT the sunroof leaked and the car sat outside for several years, the seats are literally falling out of what's left of the floor. Are any floor pans in production for this model? I realize it's not worth much money, but I can get the labor for almost nothing, so the cost isn't as much of a factor for me as it would be for a retail customer.
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Old 02-13-2006, 08:42 AM
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Old 02-13-2006, 12:52 PM
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Question: "davestlouis" 1973 220D sedan floor pans, are they
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thanks, I think I'm just going to treat this car as an organ donor...even with free labor, I'm getting into goo-gobs of money to fix this por thing.
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Pictures please, they will explain your final decision better than you or I can..

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thanks, I think I'm just going to treat this car as an organ donor...even with free labor, I'm getting into goo-gobs of money to fix this por thing.
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Pictures please, they will explain your final decision better than you or I can..
As many rust locations as possible.
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Old 02-14-2006, 09:16 PM
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I don't have any pic's handy, but I can tell you that the front passenger seat is "listing" because the floor underneath is almost dragging the ground. Further, I can see daylight along the area on both sides where the rocker meets the floor. The quarter panels are rusted around the wheel openings, and the area behind the wheels have huge holes on both sides. The decklid has large spots of surface rust, but it's a bolted-on part so I don't care about that. The doors have little rust bubbles at the lower front of all 4, but no glaring "big" damage. Oddly enough the hood looks OK, the front panel between the headlamps looks OK and the fenders aren't bad. The sunroof doesn't close all the way, and it looks like the center of the car got wet and rusted the floor. The tex seats look great, but the carpets are a mess and the headliner is drooping.
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