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Old 06-28-2003, 05:08 PM
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Best year/safety/price....300D or CD, 83, 84, 85 HELP

I'm interested in buying a Mercedes Diesel...I like the body on the 83-85 years.....I'm interested in Safety, Bullet proof...I've been driving a convertible Bug forEVER and I won't drive it any longer on the freeways with all the SUVs riding my tail.
There is an 83 300CD available for $4,100 with 218K.....All original records...Is this a good price..ANY advice on what to look for, etc. and is the Diesel a good choice...I need this to be low maintenance...even though Its a Mercedes I was told that Diesels Are great as long as they have been maintained properly........I've wanted one for years!...Is it crazy to get a mercedes so old?....I love them and can't afford a newer one...HELP!....THANKS MUCH

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Old 06-28-2003, 08:48 PM
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Where do you live Linda? Location will determine if you will be able to come accross rust free examples or not. Try to get one with as little or no rust as possible. In addition, try to get one with maintenance records.

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