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More InformationWhen Mercedes-Benz introduced the W123 in 1976 at a price they felt was reasonable for the best or nothing, it was a hit. People wanted to buy these cars so much, there was a one-year waiting list, with slightly used cars selling for more than sticker price on the second-hand market.
Today, these Mercs are high on classic car enthusiasts' lists, mostly because W123s don't feel like any other car of the late seventies. They look great, drive well,
The W123 body represents the final evolution of the "classic" Mercedes dating back to the age before the wind tunnels.
The seats have been redone in leather, the rest of the interior is 100 % original, door panels, carpets ect. The paint is extremely good and original. The ri
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