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Old 05-05-2005, 09:00 AM
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1982 Mercedes Benz 300SD Turbo Diesel

1982 Mercedes Benz 300SD Turbo Diesel. The VIN number is WDBCB20A9CB032027. This is a very nice 1982 Mercedes 300 Sedan Turbo Diesel with a 126 Body (Big Body). This vehicle includes a 3.0 liter 5 cylinder diesel turbo motor, automatic overdrive transmission, very nice dark gray metallic paint, black leatherette interior, AC, dual power bucket seats, power windows, power locks, power sunroof, cruise control, front and rear center armrests, passenger side mirror, all wood grain accents throughout the interior cabin, only 157K miles, original Mercedes Benz wheels, and two original keys. The condition of this vehicle is excellent considering its age! The car runs well with its diesel turbo motor, which is one of the most tried and true motors built by Mercedes Benz. This is a very nice car with low miles. The car is free of rust, or any sort of body damage. It has been maintained and runs as a vehicle of this caliber should. It has a new battery. The tires are in excellent shape. The sun roof and all the windows work smooth. Recently, I replaced all the power window motors and regulators. Also, I replaced the lower oil cooler hose. The dash is in nearly mint condition. Automatic climate control works well. To my knowledge this Mercedes Benz does not have any mechanical or maintenance issues at this time and is very dependable. All fluids have been changed. New air filter, new fuel filters and wiper blades have been installed. The brakes are good. The interior is in good shape. It is a really nice car overall that gets incredible gas mileage. Asking $2,500.00 or best offer. Call (732) 996-1740.
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Old 05-07-2005, 07:13 AM
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Are there any more pictures available...?
looks nice!
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Old 05-07-2005, 08:42 AM
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Where is 732 Area Code?
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Old 05-07-2005, 11:36 AM
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New Jersey, I think
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Old 05-18-2005, 10:41 AM
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Davidbahary sure doesn't know much about what is under the hood.

A 3 liter motor?

It seems now that cars have engines and motors (hybrids) it is even more important to use the correct terminology.

An engine burns fuel. A motor runs on electric, air, hydraulic etc. energy.

P E H
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Old 05-19-2005, 05:50 PM
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Davidbahary sure doesn't know much about what is under the hood.

A 3 liter motor?

It seems now that cars have engines and motors (hybrids) it is even more important to use the correct terminology.

An engine burns fuel. A motor runs on electric, air, hydraulic etc. energy.

P E H
Your just mad you don't have room for another car..
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Old 05-19-2005, 08:53 PM
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Sounds like an Ebay ad to me.
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Old 05-20-2005, 11:24 AM
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300sd

732 996-xxxx is in Long Branch, NJ. Sounds a LOT like several ads I have read from small used car sellers in the NJ, MD and PA area on EBay
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Old 05-20-2005, 10:17 PM
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Originally Posted by P.E.Haiges
Davidbahary sure doesn't know much about what is under the hood.

A 3 liter motor?

It seems now that cars have engines and motors (hybrids) it is even more important to use the correct terminology.

An engine burns fuel. A motor runs on electric, air, hydraulic etc. energy.

P E H

Enough of this BS.

Webster's New World Dictionary, Third Edition:

motor:

1. Anything that produces motion

2. an engine; especially an internal combustion engine

3. a machine for converting electrical energy into mechanical energy


So, can we finally put this to rest. The term "motor" is entirely proper for an internal combustion engine.
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Old 05-20-2005, 11:38 PM
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Brian,


Not too bad, Webster got one out of 3 correct. I've seen this Webster sorry definition of motor before. Since Webster was a Liberal arts major instead of an engineer, I wouldn't expect him to know much about motors or engines.

I also in a dictionary where a concierge was a janitor. Have you ever seen a concierge pushing a broom? Just proves a dictionary isn't always correct.

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Old 05-21-2005, 12:25 AM
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I also in a dictionary where a concierge was a janitor. Have you ever seen a concierge pushing a broom? Just proves a dictionary isn't always correct.
Until I can go to Borders and purchase the Haiges New World Dictionary, I'm afraid that Webster will have to serve as the de-facto standard on the matter.
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Old 05-21-2005, 02:04 AM
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Brian,

That's OK. At one time the "de-factos" said the world was flat. Now we all know they were wrong.

With the hybrid cars if we don't use the correct terminology, how will we know which energy converter, engine or motor, a person is talking about?

Someday we might have true motor cars again.

P E H
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Why didn't you come to the meet last weekend, PEH? We would have loved to meet you!
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Why didn't you come to the meet last weekend, PEH? We would have loved to meet you!

I agree, PEH.

I would have shown you my 603 motor.

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Old 05-21-2005, 01:52 PM
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An engine burns fuel. A motor runs on electric, air, hydraulic etc. energy.
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You're not letting him get away with using the word "motor" instead of "engine", but you missed his claim of "incredible gas mileage"? You must be slipping
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