Both are W124 chassis, both 5x112, 35-42 offset, 66.6 bore, and
http://www.tirerack.com gives pretty much the same selection of
aftermarket wheels, so they *should* fit.
HOWEVER, it's best to actually try the wheel on the car before tossing
the old ones in the trash.
You need to make sure that:
1 - The center bores are the same, so the wheel will self-center on the hub.
2 - The wheel bolts extend the same amount (+/-) out the back of the wheel.
Too short, there's not enough threads to hold safely. Too long, the bolts can
rub against the parts behind the flange, possibly jamming a wheel.
3 - The wheels clear the brakes, as some models may unexpectedly have larger
calipers and less clearance. Some wheels may also have a different inside contour
(and less clearance), but as all your wheels are stock MB, they *should* be ok.
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