First, take a look at www.heckflosse.nl
Second, it is really important that your (3) rear suspensiom mount
busings have no play whatsoever in them. If they do, change them
immediately. The cars stability depends on it.
BTW, which model you end up with?
It's a 1964 220Sb ( the later version with disc brakes at the front ).
Manual shift on the column woohoo!
And a speedometer that reads only in miles, so I suspect it was made for
the UK and then exported to New Zealand.
And comes in that lovely deep red - or did 40 years ago.
It seems to like to stall when you have the lights, but also seems to do
a bit of misfiring, it might be that the tension the generator creates is
not enough for the fully operation cylinders at idle.
I've come from driving a 1978 Mini ( what can I say I like cars with
personality ) so it's a little mad to drive in comparison!
Are there any alternatives to MB's 100$us Workshop Manual? I'm sure it's
worth every dollar - it's just insanely expensive when you work out the
cost in $NZ.
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