Busch 46841 Metallic Blue Mercedes-Benz 123 T

Busch 46841 Metallic Blue Mercedes-Benz 123 T

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Mercedes W 123, station wagonOn January 28, 1976, the Mercedes W 123 started its career as the long-awaited successor to the legendary “dash-eight”.The vehicle, which now seems to be more conservative by todays standards, was immediately well received by drivers and the specialist press.The W 123 can still be seen on the streets to this day, its indestructibility has given it immortal fame for all those who count it as a top auto virtue.The special interior includes outside mirrors that are adjustable from the inside, as well as the headrests with the side "rabbit ears".However, the front headlights are characteristic of this model.Large round headlights and smaller halogen fog lights characterize the "four eyes".At the time, this look was not very chic and the term "ox eyes" was born.Mercedes presented the station wagon at the IAA in Frankfurt in 1977 and laid the foundation for the success of all station wagons built to date.The second epoch was characterized by the new four-cylinder engines.In keeping with the times, all diesel models got the key start, and the headrests lost their "rabbit ears".The third and final epoch of the W 123 began in September 1982. In addition to the now standard power steering, the buyers of the cheaper versions also received the elegant large broadband headlights ex works.The Mercedes T-Model was produced in the versions: 240 TD, 300 TD, 300 TD Turbo-Diesel, 230 T, 250 T and 280 TE.The result: The station wagon sold 199,517 models.The second epoch was characterized by the new four-cylinder engines.In keeping with the times, all diesel models got the key start, and the headrests lost their "rabbit ears".The third and final epoch of the W 123 began in September 1982. In addition to the now standard power steering, the buyers of the cheaper versions also received the elegant large broadband headlights ex works.The Mercedes T-Model was produced in the versions: 240 TD, 300 TD, 300 TD Turbo-Diesel, 230 T, 250 T and 280 TE.The result: The station wagon sold 199,517 models.The second epoch was characterized by the new four-cylinder engines.In keeping with the times, all diesel models got the key start, and the headrests lost their "rabbit ears".The third and final epoch of the W 123 began in September 1982. In addition to the now standard power steering, the buyers of the cheaper versions also received the elegant large broadband headlights ex works.The Mercedes T-Model was produced in the versions: 240 TD, 300 TD, 300 TD Turbo-Diesel, 230 T, 250 T and 280 TE.The result: The station wagon sold 199,517 models.In addition to the now standard power steering, the buyers of the cheaper variants also received the elegant large broadband headlights ex works.The Mercedes T-Model was produced in the versions: 240 TD, 300 TD, 300 TD Turbo-Diesel, 230 T, 250 T and 280 TE.The result: The station wagon sold 199,517 models.In addition to the now standard power steering, the buyers of the cheaper variants also received the elegant large broadband headlights ex works.The Mercedes T-Model was produced in the versions: 240 TD, 300 TD, 300 TD Turbo-Diesel, 230 T, 250 T and 280 TE.The result: The station wagon sold 199,517 models.The Busch model shines with many special features, such as: elaborately painted body in original Mercedes metallic paintwork with the finest engraving lines, very bright headlights with true-to-life lamp optics, singular rear lights, filigree free-standing Mercedes star, prototypical interior with contrasting dashboard and separately used steering wheel, chrome-plated exterior mirrors and roof rails as well as hubcaps in body color with an embossed MB star.

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