1987 Mercedes Benz Diesel TDT 300 Sport Wagon If interested in this
rare gem, please take your time and please do your research and
text me for answers to any questions you might have. I'm not in any
hurry to sell, have all the time in the world, and don't need any
help to sell. Scammers go away and don't even try - I've seen all
the nonsense already, don't waste your time or mine. Serious people
- Please read on, probably will be a long listing as the car
deserves it to find it's next best owner because sadly, it can't be
my dad. He's 80 and dealing with the big C word, no fun indeed. I
wish I could keep this rare wagon but he needs to pay bills while
he still can. This my friends, is a very hard to find car, and not
many were made that got imported to the US. If you're looking for
the model before, (the world famous W123) this one isn't it and is
most definitely a very different car and special in it's own right.
I sold my dad's other one a 123 that was really low mileage and a
1985 model. Awesome car too, I honestly think I personally like
this newer model better though, and also these drive better in my
opinion. I believe this European import model car to be maybe less
than 1000 of them in the states on the road. I myself am still
researching this year and model car as well and always trying to
learn more about them. Some like this one better and some like the
older style. It's subjective and up to you what you like but I will
tell you.... This year came with lots and lots of changes in the
car, many that were safety related, and even as some would say,
even came with a better, more powerful engine and modern upgrades
for the time period. Please read as much you can about this beauty,
it might be the last car you ever buy if you're lucky and blessed,
and I - truth be told, do not really want to sell it quite
honestly. I don't really know where to start when it comes to this
thing as there was and is so many neat things about it and driving
them is amazing.
1987 Mercedes-Benz 300TD
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