So this thing has been sitting there with nothing done to it for 3 years, it has cost him nothing and he wants $1500? Dreamer. The owner could have unloaded it for $1500 if he thinks he could get that, instead of giving it away to him. Or maybe he has some deal with her, he gets a percentage or something? Buy it for cheap as a beater, if nothing else you could find another engine or tranny if the body is good and those are trashed, or just fix it and have a cheap car you could flip if you got it running.

--R



On 8/19/15 1:01 PM, Randy Bennell via Mercedes wrote:
Sitting unused for 3 years is not a good thing.
Can they fire it up at all?
Does the transmission shift?
Does the AC blow cold?

What else might go wrong with a car that sits for that long?

RB

On 19/08/2015 11:56 AM, Bob Rentfro via Mercedes wrote:
The shop next to my CrossFit gym has had a 98 E320 diesel sitting in the
parking lot for about 3 years. Every so often, I talk with the shop in
order to find out what the status of the repair is. He always tells me the lady is trying to get money together. So today I stopped in to ask him how it was going and he told me that the lady has finally just brought him the
title. He told me he's ready to sell it to me and he'd like to get $1500
for it as it sits. He said that when it was brought in three years ago, it wasn't running well and it had a fuel leak out of the back of the injector
pump. It's a 98 with 273K miles on it according to the title. Body and
interior are very good.
What thinketh all y'all?

Bob R
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