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Thread: My plans for the 1993/4 Mercedes 190D 2.5TD Auto

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferrer
    Apparently the wild bodykit was exclusive of the Evolution II, while the Evolution I came with a more restrained exterior styling. First pic shows a Evo I and second pic a Evo II. The picture Klemmel posted is possibly a Evo I with Evo II wheels.
    Exactly. The car in the above picture is an EVO I. I didn't know how they look either until, recently, a friend of mine bought one. I had seen 2 original EVO II before and had never seen a I.
    Apparently the main difference between the "normal" 2.5 16v and the EVO I is the displacement: the EVO as a bigger bore and a smaler stroke to favour high performance tuning and high revs.
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    I like Quiggs' suggestion, but I think I like the SLK rims better, I hate the stardard hubcaps, An Evo II would be nice, shame Grandpa didn't buy one originally...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rockefella
    Leave the cigarrette smell in and tell your friends you smoke a lot of weed.

    You'll probably gain instant baller status.
    Rofl only if they don't know the difference.

    Cigarette smell is kinda hard to get out of cars, in fact its hard to get out of any carpet or cloth. Car dealerships use sprays that instead of covering up the smell, attack it and kill it. Try Ozium or something similar to it. I get it at Autozone/AAP for when douchbags smoke a cig and hop in my car. That smell travels everywhere.
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    Like I said, the only way to get a car to smell completely new is ozone treatment. You'll have to leave your car overnight at the professional cleaner. But it's soo worth it since smoke scent is most disgusting.

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    That is what I plan to do immediately, get it cleaned professionally, then i'l get the bumper sorted and have the paint touched up.

    Just founf out that it's actually 1992 I think: J930 GGP but at current it sports French 5749 VK 24 plates
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    That's Dordogne, right ?

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    Hell yeah!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Waugh-terfall
    my Grandfather may be giving me his old 1993/1994 Mercedes 190D 2.5TurboDiesel saloon
    I don't think that is the Turbo version. The turbos had a lettering with "2.5 Turbo" on the back.
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    Quote Originally Posted by baddabang
    Rofl only if they don't know the difference.

    Cigarette smell is kinda hard to get out of cars, in fact its hard to get out of any carpet or cloth. Car dealerships use sprays that instead of covering up the smell, attack it and kill it. Try Ozium or something similar to it. I get it at Autozone/AAP for when douchbags smoke a cig and hop in my car. That smell travels everywhere.
    Beating them with the wheel brace always cured the problem for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by McReis
    I don't think that is the Turbo version. The turbos had a lettering with "2.5 Turbo" on the back.
    dude...
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    Quote Originally Posted by McReis
    I don't think that is the Turbo version. The turbos had a lettering with "2.5 Turbo" on the back.
    Oh right, so it's just a naturally aspirated 2.5liter 5cyl Diesel?
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