Front end of the car is the same, rear is not usable much for body parts.  
Interior is sort of swappable.  Seats work if you can hook up the vac lines.  
Doors are almost the same.  Door cards work for both.  Rear suspension is not 
the same.

The idea is to have a screw around car that I do not need to learn all manner 
of parts and spec to keep on the road


2002 s430 - Victor, a Stately & well tailored chap
1974 450sl -  Frosch - Two tone green
1976 300D - Blei Vanst - it looks silvery
1972 220D - Gump - She was green, simple and ran
1995 E300D - Gave her life to save me against a Dame in a SUV
POS 1987 SDL - Beware Nigerian Scammers

On Aug 31, 2015, at 4:13 AM, Max Dillon via Mercedes wrote:

> However, I think most body parts are different between SL and SLC?  SLC is 
> longer, and I'm pretty sure the trunk lid is unique, so rear fenders probably 
> also out.  Doors may be longer as well?
> -- 
> Max Dillon
> Charleston SC
> '87 300TD
> '95 E300
> On August 30, 2015 10:58:35 PM EDT, clay via Mercedes <> 
> wrote:
>> I just need one to screw around with.  Three would irk the neighbors.  
>> Three non running cars would really cook my goose.
>> The wagon would be good for hauling parts and home repair items
>> The SLC would allow me to compare the topless v. not topless.  I could
>> also rally the SLC.  Having a twin allows me to source parts for both
>> and take up half the shelf space on spares.  What I strip from the SLC,
>> can help the SL
>> clay
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