Motorcar Studio is pleased to offer this 1984 Mercedes-Benz 300TD.
Finished in Deep Blue, this W123 wagon has spent most of its life
in Texas and New Mexico - the dry southwest climate has been kind,
and we can't find any evidence of rust or prior repair. Clean
CarFax report with no accidents, although there are a few minor
dings down the passenger side. Overall this car presents nicely
inside and out. A comprehensive cosmetic detailing was recently
completed, which included refinishing the 14-inch Bundt wheels
(plus new tires) and adding the roof rack.
Under the hood is the legendary OM617 3.0-liter turbodiesel mated
to a four-speed automatic transmission. Service within the last
year has included new brake rotors and pads, plus a steering and
suspension overhaul including new control arms, tie rods, idler arm
bushings, drag link, steering coupler and damper, and power
steering fluid filter. This car also just got transmission and diff
mounts, a transmission service with fluid and filter, a new
driveshaft flex disk, new air and fuel filters, belts and also an
oil service. The engine compartment is also very nicely
In short, this W123 wagon is completely serviced up and ready to
go. It runs and drives well and everything is working as it should.
Spare, jack, tools and first aid kit are included. For more
information about this 1984 Mercedes-Benz 300TD for sale at
Motorcar Studio in Atlanta, please call 404-692-5250.
1984 Mercedes-Benz 300TD
Exterior Color:Deep Blue
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