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The W123 chassis covers 240D's, 300D's, 300TD's, 280E's, and several other models of Mercedes coupes, sedans and wagons from model years 1977 to 1985.

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I've had my W123 for almost 2 years and still find some things on this car confusing. And to think I'm a Master Tech for GM. Sad, I know, but I just wanted to thank all of the contributors to this thread. I've been able to make nearly all of my repairs and restorations through this section of ifixit. There's still a few things I need to figure out, and will probably be asking questions, so I'd like this opportunity to give even more thanks in advance!

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I'm the owner of my 3rd 300D and my 6th Mercedes ,I'll never drive anything else. I changed the timing chain on my 1st a 280 SEL 30 yrs ago and was amazed at the ease in which I was able to do so alone until it was time to connect to timing chain together. Oh I might add that I'm a 5'2 130lb female by the way whose being turning wrenches since the age of 10!

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Hi Joshua,

I've written most of these guides, and your thanks are appreciated!

Nick

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joshuaahopkins will be eternally grateful.
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