Now I am puzzled...... if you work at a dealership that has the SLR and it has
never been titled, I
can only assume that you work as a salesman at a Merceds-Benz dealership.
Correct so far?
If yes, then when was the last and ONLY time you ever saw a USA 1986 300D?
In the USA, the 300D was brought in as a 123 body in 1985. This was the last
year of the 123 body in
the USA. In 1985, US sales were 17,754 cars.
The 123 was replaced in 1986 by the 124 body. BUT a diesel was NEVER offered in
the USA. It was not
until 1987 that the 300D was offered and it was only for one year, 1987.
9,293 cars were sold.
Now if you deal in grey market cars, I don't have a clue as to what you are
selling. But right now
you sound like a fertilizer salesman with a mouthful of your own product.
No need to be sarcastice. No one solicited the car from you. You should
have indicated in your first post that you work for a dealership. That
would have avoided the many questions which were asked.
It is logical and reasonable for people to be curious about someone with
such and expensive, and is offering it online, and further indicating
that it was never titled.
=1998 LS 400
1999 E320 4-Matic
especially since the SLR is supposed
to be sold out well in advance. Is it
possible that the person who ordered it
decided to stick the dealer with it?
That was the question to ask.
Still, I would happily help him out if he could
work out the financing...., although now
I want the 2006......
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