|6th November 2007, 14:09||#61|
Join Date: Feb 2004
Thanked: 200,869 Times
|11th February 2010, 20:39||#66|
Join Date: Jun 2009
Thanked: 2 Times
You can get a w123 from 1.25 lakhs to 3Lakhs
It all depends on the condition.
If it is a well maintained vehicle, single owner in original paint with all the original parts and interiors intact you can give around 3 Lakhs.
Else you should reduce the price for each and every part it misses.
|10th July 2010, 17:48||#68|
Join Date: Mar 2010
Thanked: 14 Times
I bought a 240D earlier this year for 2.5L. Had done 111k miles - I have since then put about 700 miles on it. Is in very good running condition. AC working, minor tears inside but hardly visible.
I bought a new battery (Exide) as the old one had died out and got the AC serviced - one of the hoses had a small leak. Nothing else required.
From the earlier posts in this thread it seems like this car appreciates in value over time. Is that true? Any estimates on how much?
The tyres on my W123 are in decent condition but I am thinking of going in for new ones. Current ones are Bridgestone 185/70/14.
Have read in other threads that the standard fitment is 175.
What is the best one to go for? 175 or 185 or 195.
Last edited by Jaggu : 10th July 2010 at 18:43. Reason: Back to back posts, please wait for moderator approval to edit the original post.
|6th October 2010, 02:16||#69|
Join Date: Jan 2009
Thanked: 160 Times
best is 195, it looks great on the car and as a matter of fact the factory gave it only as an option during the days these cars were sold.
hey i have a question, about your ac,
does your car still have the original york/harrison compressor?(if your are not sure they have a different shape from the normal ones.)
and are you still using R12 gas in your ac?