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Old 05-24-2002, 07:21 PM
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Exclamation Nice wood accessories for the W123! (in German)

This should be somewhere else... if the moderator feels it's not appropriate or it'd be more appropriate elsewhere do move it! (so other 123 owners could see.. i just figured that most W123 owners here have the diesel)

If anyone could read German this might be worth a shot.

It lists many wood accessories for the W123 and a few other accessories. The main site might even have something for the other cars!

It's worth checkin' out.

I'm particularly interested in this.

too bad it's $357 +/-

The complete wood set is cheap though... $255?? I think the other set might be burlwood in fact...

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Old 05-24-2002, 09:26 PM
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The Zebrano horn "pad" is a bit much on their website. Their interior wood set only adds a couple of pieces our W123 don't have already.
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Old 05-24-2002, 10:08 PM
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Holson Adi,

Nice site. The prices are in Euros, which makes the steering wheel around 329 US Dollars.

They also sell mechanical, electrical and other stuff there for pretty good prices and they ship anywhere. I am looking for a place to get the standard cloth seat covers as the car my Aunt drives is a 1984 230E with a few hundred thousand miles, but it runs great. The driver's seat cover is shot though, and it is the German cloth, not MB-Tex or leather, or velour. This site did not say they had it either though. I will send them an e-mail and ask, since they seem to have quite a bit of other hardware.

If you are interested in something in particular, I can translate for you. Jim
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Old 05-25-2002, 03:04 AM
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That steering wheel is a very nice touch, not too much like those wood covered horn pads that rickjordan mentioned.
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Old 05-25-2002, 12:07 PM
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Yeah, that horn cover is way too much IMO.
I wanna cover my steering wheel in leather. I think I'm going to ask around upholstery shops here...

Their zebrano automatic shift knob is cheap ain't it? Doesn't
E 30,20 translate to roughly $30?

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