I don’t have the time to be worrying about a daily driver, which is why I went
with the W210s for that.
I have occasional time to tinker now that the wife is convalescing well, and I
have a garage close by that is unoccupied and available to me at no cost.
Hence, I can maximize the “tinker time” I have and not worry about tying up
working space at home with a car that’s not operational. This thing doesn’t
need anything that is individually a major time suck, it’s a collective amount
of piddly things. I fully expect to get it sorted over a few months’ time,
maybe drive it a bit if I like it, then flip it on BAT.
> On Feb 2, 2018, at 10:05 AM, Rick Knoble via Mercedes <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Dan sez:
>> It’s mine (again).
> This coming from the guy who said (paraphrased) "I have a lot of personal
> stuff going on, so I am buying 210's so I have time to attend to other
> So you buy a project car. (face palm). :D
> Good luck, and post pictures and a wrench turn by wrench turn report.
> Oh, and list any good information resources you find.
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