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Where to buy a dash for a 72 MB 350SL?


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Mercedes is GREAT with respect to keeping their old cars going. I

checked on the dash on my W123 and it's only $650, still not bad.

If they don't have it (doubt it) maybe have the old one recovered at

JustDashes.com.

Craig

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I'd probably scour the junk yards. The W107 chassis (of which the 350SL is a member) was produced for many many years. I'm not sure how interchangable the dash's are across all the years. The 350SL, 450SL and 560SL all had the same body but I know the interiors did undergo some changes.

The back of the STAR magazine (MB Club) would be the first place I'd look (I'm in both the CCA and MBCA). If you want to, I can see if any of the adds back there look promising and send you a note with the details....

Don't you have enough toys? he he

(I know, my wife wants a W107 once her W126 dies....)

Kevin

Seattle

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an old dash. It could crack upon removal or installation. There is a

MB dismantler here in So. CA where I get a lot of stuff from. Email

me if you'd like their number.

Craig

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MB Canada quoted him $1900 for a carpet set, and over $2k for a new dash! I'm doing his carpet, and told him I would look for a dash as well. If either of you guys had some contact info for wreckers, that would be great. AFAIK, we don't have any MB wreckers around here.

Al

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