Definitely worth holding onto for spares if you've got the space.  At a
minimum, I would keep the complete engine/transmission/differential/rear
hatch assembly/tail lights/rear bumper.  If the interior is decent, the
carpet is unique as well as the rear seats and back, but gasser models of
newer vintage are out there too.

Take a close look at the rear sub-frame bushings on both wagons.  The body
sheet metal was too thin / weak from the factory in the first years of the
124 wagon, and those bushing seats are subject to cracking.

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Max
Charleston SC

On Wed, Jul 22, 2015 at 8:07 AM, Fred Moir via Mercedes <
mercedes@okiebenz.com> wrote:

> Max.Not decided yet, though as a rust bitten car it will not be very
> valuable.More to come.
>
>
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