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    Default just another wagon..

    Currently how she sits





    Specifications:

    - Year: 1988 - Make: Mercedes Benz
    - Model: E320 - Sub-model: Estate Wagon
    - Engine: SOHC Inline 6 - Transmission: auto 4-speed
    - Interior: Light Beige/Tan - Exterior: 2-tone Malachite Green w/ chrome trim


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    I hope yall enjoy .. More pics tonight after work [/SIZE][/FONT]
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    Pretty rad to have a car with cool history like that. Stoked to see what you do with it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grampswrx View Post
    Pretty rad to have a car with cool history like that. Stoked to see what you do with it!
    Hey thanks man. I'm pretty excited to get back into the wagon life.

    Here are some shots of the interior.. I must say, not bad for 153,000 .. very ideal !

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    Dang, hella updates for this haha. So a few weeks back after I bought the wagon I found a guy on craigslist selling a full staggered set of AMG Monoblocks (one piece) for dirt cheap so I took advantage and wham, I got them and picked up that night. Side note: i threw on some new 215/40 & 225/40 kumho ectsa's the next day after i picked up the AMGs.

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    Test fitted and come to find out the 44 offset up front rubbed the strut; so I threw on some 5mm spacers up front and to compensate for the poke i put some 3mm spacers on the rear; equipped them with oem extended bolts to make up the thread difference

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    ... and last but not least, after a long wait, from back ordered products, to items being hijacked in the mail and disappearing, to getting a phone call from the company in germany. Finally got the springs. 40mm drop to keep it chill. maybe coils in the spring. who knows !

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    Very jealous of how clean that 124 is! Keep us updated!
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    Cool history, and damn that thing is clean.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeyRa View Post
    Very jealous of how clean that 124 is! Keep us updated!
    Will do sir, hella dope e320 as well! How do you like Accuair? I've ran airlift in the past, might switch it up here soon if i decide to go the air route.

    Quote Originally Posted by hinrichs View Post
    Cool history, and damn that thing is clean.
    Thanks amigo , nice m3!
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    Quote Originally Posted by aye.itseric View Post
    Will do sir, hella dope e320 as well! How do you like Accuair? I've ran airlift in the past, might switch it up here soon if i decide to go the air route.
    I've ran both and can say that Accuair has been the better experience for me. The eLevel system really is dialed in. Everything has been installed in this current car for about 20k miles and came out of a previous build that ran it about 10k miles and nothing has given me any issues. I would go ahead and recommend hard mounting the controller since USB cords have a tendency to crap out but that isn't anything that is specific to Accuair's product.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeyRa View Post
    I've ran both and can say that Accuair has been the better experience for me. The eLevel system really is dialed in. Everything has been installed in this current car for about 20k miles and came out of a previous build that ran it about 10k miles and nothing has given me any issues. I would go ahead and recommend hard mounting the controller since USB cords have a tendency to crap out but that isn't anything that is specific to Accuair's product.
    Nice, I've always been fond of e-level so this will be fun to try out. Thanks for the wisdom man. !!
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    I was always happy with accuair in the past with a few of my air builds, but the e-level was just such a pain to install....well at least for me it was. I do really like airlift now after seeing the 3P system I installed in a friends car.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hinrichs View Post
    I was always happy with accuair in the past with a few of my air builds, but the e-level was just such a pain to install....well at least for me it was. I do really like airlift now after seeing the 3P system I installed in a friends car.
    Dude how is the 3P system, is the reaction time with the bluetooth on point? I haven't seen it work in person yet.
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    With the w124 and the w210 being so similar in the the suspension setup, next time I have the wheels off, I'll snap you some pics of my bag setup and sensor placement.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeyRa View Post
    With the w124 and the w210 being so similar in the the suspension setup, next time I have the wheels off, I'll snap you some pics of my bag setup and sensor placement.
    Thanks man, it'll give me a good idea for set up later.

    **Update**

    The infamous EGR Valve decided to do its thing today so I know what im doing after the busy work weekend. On the bright side, the test fitting went all as planned. Not bad I must say. What do you all think? Oh yeah, the springs will be installed soon. Enjoy the weekend !!

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    Looks a million x better with some lows

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    Classy Wagon is classy

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    Default Update from the Rockies

    Sorry all I have been a ghost lately. Just working and building the wagon over the winter and trying to get her to how I want. Some updates with pics . Here ya go. happy Memorial Day!

    New parts include:

    16x9 002r wheels that are HELLA Aggressive lol
    don't mind the old bumper

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    124 spec front bumper color matched and sprayed by yours truly
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    Front Camber plates by Silver project
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    AMG Sportline Fender Spacers shipped from Germany (3 week shipping lol)
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    Bilstein B8 shocks
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    8mm spring cups all around
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    Here's some pic's from a shoot I did last week and a few weeks ago. Enjoy friends! Don't be to mean now

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    Those fender AMG/sportline fenderspacers, what do they do exactly ?

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    Very clean wagon. 17's would have been better, or are you going lower?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miroteknik View Post
    Very clean wagon. 17's would have been better, or are you going lower?
    Going lower, just need to raise the exhaust piping since it drops out of the body. Can’t complain for springs though

    Quote Originally Posted by kimove View Post
    Those fender AMG/sportline fenderspacers, what do they do exactly ?
    They are placed behind the fender wall in between body and fender. They push out the fender to allow more clearance for the wheel/tire. It’s an alternative to rolling or just going with 500E fenders
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    Quote Originally Posted by aye.itseric View Post
    Going lower, just need to raise the exhaust piping since it drops out of the body. Can’t complain for springs though



    They are placed behind the fender wall in between body and fender. They push out the fender to allow more clearance for the wheel/tire. It’s an alternative to rolling or just going with 500E fenders
    Thank you for the clarification

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    Good you got proper spacers although you couldve gotten away with rubber spacers from home depot which is what most would do. For the 124 and 201 chassis

    The 16s look ok. They have to be at least 18s IMO. Its a big and long car. 19s would be killer

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    Quote Originally Posted by z168 View Post
    Good you got proper spacers although you couldve gotten away with rubber spacers from home depot which is what most would do. For the 124 and 201 chassis
    This is true but knowing they are authentic instead of garage made makes me happy. also, heres 18s to cure your hunger sir. my winter wheels

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    Beautiful. Love that color combo too

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