Yeah Tom.......

Had lunch w/Jim Friesen today and he pointed it out to me too. That's a mea culpa!.......... Just one of those "brain farts" that happen now and then........ I'm old enough to get a free ride or two ...... Or maybe it's just the result of driving the 16V and not the Queen, my 300SD.....

Thanks for clarifying my faux pax...........

Take care,

Chuck
On Feb 2, 2006, at 12:06 PM, Tom Scordato wrote:

Chuck thanks just a quick clarification: EPC stands for electric parts catalog, or a fancy black "parts picture book" which gives MB part numbers.

What Marshall posted is the Mercedes Benz manuals.

Regards Tom Scordato
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Hi all,

Marshall Booth posted this site for EPC's a week or so ago.......

Give it a try: http://mb.braingears.com/ and pick your model...

I've only gone to a few of the models, but it looks pretty
complete......  And they're looking for somebody who could mirror
this site.

Take care,

Chuck
Phoenix AZ
1986 190E 2.3 16V
1980 300SD
On Feb 2, 2006, at 12:06 AM, Robert & Tara Ludwick wrote:

Most of the files in the 126 section lead to dead links, if you can
find
the same engine in one of the other chassis categories you may have
better luck.

----------Robert



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