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Old 10-31-2012, 07:03 PM
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What's a good running 300E (2.6L) worth?

I'm looking to buy an older gentlemen's Mercedes by Spring MAYBE... It's a 90-91 260E with the 300E badging. what's it worth anyway in good running shape? I've seen the car around town and it looks to be excellent shape now knowing running condition. Which doesn't even matter to me.

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Old 10-31-2012, 07:18 PM
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if it has 110-130k on it... I would say about 3200
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Old 11-02-2012, 03:16 PM
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If you can find one with a five speed manual, it would be a real jewel.
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For a typical car with 150K-175K in generally good condition but needing some repairs, perhaps $2K. I sold my '93 with 160-someting-K a year ago for $1500. I had a half dozen buyers rushing over to be the first to claim it. The car was very clean and ran well, but it leaked ac refrigerant and the head gasket was starting to seep. Disclosing these didn't seem to phase them, though it probably should have...
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Old 11-02-2012, 06:18 PM
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For a typical car with 150K-175K in generally good condition but needing some repairs, perhaps $2K. I sold my '93 with 160-someting-K a year ago for $1500. I had a half dozen buyers rushing over to be the first to claim it. The car was very clean and ran well, but it leaked ac refrigerant and the head gasket was starting to seep. Disclosing these didn't seem to phase them, though it probably should have...
Cracked, head gasket, seize nothing is a big problem for me. I'm not loaded, but can do the work myself with a lift and cherry picker. I'm looking anywhere between $2k and $1500.00. I just need a beater next year till I drop an M120 in my 202 and then fix the 124 to perfection.

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Old 11-02-2012, 06:22 PM
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If you can find one with a five speed manual, it would be a real jewel.
That would be golden! I saw one a few months ago on eBay I didn't have the money for at the time. Is your's a conversion or stock?

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