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Old 03-26-2007, 09:28 AM
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FS: 1990 300se, 149k miles

Selling a 300se I picked up a while back. Car came in running poorly due to a clogged catalytic converter and poor injectors. Have since gotten it running as it should.

149k miles, no rust, white/saddle leather.

Complete near new exhaust system including catalytic converter, center and rear mufflers (Eberspacher, not cheap aftermarket parts), oxygen sensor, all new fuel injectors, seals, and holders, new valve cover gasket, fresh oil change and air filter. A/C is blowing cold and is still R12, power sunroof, power seats, and windows all working, working headlamp washers and wipers. Seats are not collapsed and very comforatable.

M103 3.0L inline six cylinder. No leaks, runs at proper temperature.
Updated 8 hole wheels with plenty of tread left on the tires.

Have dealer service books! Was dealer maintained until the 120k mile service.

Leather seats have been treated with Lexol and carpets shampooed. Front seats and armrest show signs of sun damage. Car is quite presentable.

Clear title in hand.

Asking $5200. Car is located in Lawrenceville, GA.
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Mathieu J. Cama
Old World Automotive
Lawrenceville, GA
service@oldworldauto.com

Specializing in high caliber repair and mechanical restoration of vintage Mecedes-Benz.

www.oldworldauto.com

Last edited by Old World Auto; 06-13-2007 at 12:48 PM.
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Old 06-13-2007, 01:03 PM
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Still have the 300se. Had a deposit on it, but the buyer could not raise sufficient funds to make the purchase. I would keep it, but came across a spectacular Euro 500sel thus rendering this car redundant in my collection.

Since the last post further work has been performed:

Tie-rod and center links replaced (car needs alignment currently).

Transmission service.

Shifter bushings.

All new brakes on all four wheels: front and rear rotors, front and rear pads, rebuilt front calipers, brake fluid service with ATE SuperBlue.

New front wheel bearing kits.

New hood pad.

Clear title in my name.

To put this car in daily service all you would need to do is get a wheel alignment and possibly tires before taking any long road trips as there are signs of dry rot.


This car is well sorted, appears to be accident free, has no rust, and will make an excellent driver. Why buy an example that will likely need all of this work when this one has it already done? Not a concours example, but a respectable driver.

Looking to sell, will consider fair cash offers.

Further pictures are available on my website (www.oldworldauto.com). If you want a specific picture email me and I will take it and send it to you.
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Old World Automotive
Lawrenceville, GA
service@oldworldauto.com

Specializing in high caliber repair and mechanical restoration of vintage Mecedes-Benz.

www.oldworldauto.com
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