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Started by OzBenzHead, 16 April 2006, 07:31 AM
Quote from: michaeld on 16 April 2006, 11:36 PMI could be wrong here (and God knows I often am!), but I'm a wee tad suspicious. I notice there is no model number on the rear. I have never heard of a 116 wagon - but I HAVE seen extremely well done conversions. Is this a factory 116 that was available in some far off European realm, or an awesome "chop job"? If someone knows, please educate me. It is a beautiful wagon, in any event. And I agree with Warden; I like wagons. They are just such practical cars. If MBz didn't make a 116 wagon, this car is proof they should have!As for our more garden variety 116s, I have to say THEY are pretty darned practical. I've been in the process of moving the last several weeks, and the storage capacity of my 450SEL is INCREDIBLE!
Quote from: Des on 17 April 2006, 01:42 AMThis is a Crayford conversion W116, they were a UK based company that took standard old W116's and converted them into the family truck (wagon)Must be a pretty ware vehicle here in Australia.
Quote from: michaeld on 18 April 2006, 01:44 AMThanks for the skinny on the w116 stn wagon, Des and Ozbenzhead. I should have known you'd know all the details!I had a feeling this was a conversion; but still, the w116 makes for a nice looking wagon, doesn't it? Interesting pics, these!
Quote from: Des on 18 April 2006, 05:50 AMGordon; is that your benz with the wooden horn pad and wooden shifter?
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