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1968 Mercedes-Benz 220 Series 220 220D Sedan Base

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i cant remember the starting procedures for this car
this car has been sitting for a few years, i only drove it a handful of times. i sold it and the new owner called and asked me how to start it and i cant remember what to tell hi...
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Where does the oil lines run to from the injector pump?
The injector pump has fuel but the lines will not get any.
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I just bought this car for 2200 and now I'm putting more money into this vehicle. Is it worth puttin
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cost of a euro model in excelent condition.
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