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Old 02-28-2011, 11:38 AM
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FS: W124 gray door panels 300E 300D with wood trim

This is a set of four door panels removed from my 1993 300D. I upgraded the car to a 500E interior and don't need these panels anymore. They are in excellent condition, with no broken arm rest hooks (see photos). The pockets are peeling slightly, but can be easily repaired as shown here. All four panels have burled walnut wood trim from the 500E. These panels will fit all years of W124 sedans.

Please note that shipping is expensive due to the large box size. Rough estimates for shipping are $40 to the west coast, $75 to the east coast. Email me your zipcode for an exact quote. If you have a shipping account, I'll be happy to bill to your account, or you can issue a call tag, etc. I'm not trying to make $$$ on shipping! Free delivery in Boise area.

Asking $250 / obo for all four panels. Pics below.


























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Old 02-28-2011, 01:09 PM
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too bad you dont have any rear wagon ones...
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Old 02-28-2011, 01:14 PM
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too bad you dont have any rear wagon ones...
Yeah, sorry, nothing specifically for the wagon. However I believe the only difference is the arm rest, and you should be able to transfer your existing wagon arm rest to the sedan door panel. Click here for the procedure on the front door, I believe it's basically the same on the rear... plain sheet metal screw with fender washers fasten the armrest (or you can buy the MB part #'s listed in that document).

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Haha!!

I have a set of nice rear wagon ones in grey, later style with the wood.
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Leather or tex David?
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They are MB Tex. It's getting harder to find full sets in good shape...

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Haha!!

I have a set of nice rear wagon ones in grey, later style with the wood.
sent you a message with parts I was lookin for, never heard back?
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Bump. Make offer...

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Door panels!

Do you have these doors panels?
If so, how can I talk to you?
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Old 07-27-2011, 11:39 PM
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Yep, still available... you can contact me via the forum, either email or PM (private message). Click my username and there should be some contact options....

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Yeah, sorry, nothing specifically for the wagon. However I believe the only difference is the arm rest, and you should be able to transfer your existing wagon arm rest to the sedan door panel. Click here for the procedure on the front door, I believe it's basically the same on the rear... plain sheet metal screw with fender washers fasten the armrest (or you can buy the MB part #'s listed in that document).


I've converted sedan panels over to my wagon. It's a bit of a job, but very doable. You need to cut out the speaker holes and then slightly re-index the rear of the panel where it meets the window frame. Just peel back the vinyl and use a dremel to cut both the metal channel and the cardboard so that it fits the contour of the frame.
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Sure wish they were for a W201......
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$200 plus S&H?


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