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Thread: What do you guys think about our Mercedes Woody station Wagon for sale?

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    What do you guys think about our Mercedes Woody station Wagon for sale?

    Absolutely in beautiful condition. Everything works like it should. Only the clock display and the temperature display is not functional. Otherwise runs and drives like a new wagon. It has always been serviced at the dealership and comes with a stack of record since new. I turned it into a woody for my wife but she didn't like it. This is our 4th W210 wagon in the family and absolutely love them but we have only driven it a thousand mile since purchase. Just doesn't get driven. Please have a look.

    No Reserve: 2001 Mercedes-Benz E320 Wagon for sale on BaT Auctions - ending September 5 (Lot #119,424) | Bring a Trailer
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    Gasp. Will be a standout at the next C&C
    Peter Kane

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    Your wife is right to avoid it. Also there are Porsche alternatives that look a bit naff


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    Jerry look away I'm hideous!
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