If you go to thebenzbin, have a look at http://www.thebenzbin.com/e320.html
That's a picture of my car. No, I don't mean that's a picture of a car just
like mine, that's actually a picture of _my_ car. I suppose I could choose
to be annoyed for them 'stealing'a picture from Peter Hacker's photo pages,
but instead, I will be pleased that my car is seen by someone somewhere as a
paragon of W124osityness.
http://www.dhc.net/~pmhack/mercedes/e320941.htm Pay no attention to the
Yes, I have used Autohauz too, and have found them to be less expensive on
some items. But you should shop around. You will often find certain parts
cheaper at other places (for the identical part).
Usually, I find SASP has the best prices on standard AutoPak catalog parts
for BMW's: http://www.sasponline.com/ and they also have a free shipping
policy (if over $75 order).
But occasionally, I will find the same or better part at Bavarian Autosport
for less even including the cost to ship:
Usually, it pays shop around at about 10-15 online places and find the best
deal you can.
On Tue, 25 May 2004 07:55:59 -0400, "Fred W." wrote:
Here in the UK I usually call The Garage or Dronsfields for used
spares. I recently saved over £400 for an air con compressor by
recycling a perfectly servicable one from Dronsfields Mercedes. Both
are based in Oldham (Manchester), and as far as I know both ship
It is true what you say Fred; Mercedes quoted me £509+VAT(17½%), The
Garage quoted £175+VATand Dronsfields quoted £100+VAT.
I have no business interest in either of these places.
1994 Mercedes E280 [W124] 99,000 miles (R.I.P)
1992 Mercedes 300 SE [W126] 230,000 miles
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