I have just traded my truck for a190e MB it needs work and I need the cheapest place I can get !!! this car is a blast to DRIVE

Asked by Nov 21, 2016 at 07:44 PM about the 1984 Mercedes-Benz 190-Class 190E 2.3 Sedan

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

how hard is it to place an order with your company all i need is a passenger
side fender and a headlight beazlaland a tunsignal beazal amd may be a
new core suppourt juat giv me the easiet avenue you can think of also to
the the smart ass who would have crushed my car evidentallly has no
respect for for a classic car SHE MAY NOT WHAT YOU LIKE!!!!!!she will be
BITCHING win it DONE!!!!!!

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Car gurus is a listing site and does not sell vehicles or parts.

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Try junks yards and Craig's List.

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In addition to junk yards and Craig's list, go to web sites like Auto Trader.com and search for a donor car. I found one in Oregon that they were asking $1,000 for the car and the body was in great shape, but engine was ragged out. This would be your cheapest way out. A finder alone could cost you $600 to $700. Also, check EBAY.com automotive. They have parts and cars listed for sale.

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https://www.cargurus.com/Cars/l-Used-1987-Mercedes-Benz-190- Class-190E-2.3-Sedan-t47640#listing=157952713 Check this web address. You can get the complete car for $1500.

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