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1975 Mercedes-Benz 240 D 3.0 [W115]

1975 Mercedes-Benz 240 D 3.0 [W115] in La cage aux folles, Kinofilm, 1978 IMDB

Typ: Pkw, Limousine — Herkunftsland: DE — Hergestellt für: I

1975 Mercedes-Benz 240 D 3.0 [W115]

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sixcyl FR

2008-05-24 08:53

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I think it's a 240D rather than a 200D , and I wonder if the indicators light is original or from US specification ? Though the car is french and has no objective reason to be US :/

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DAF555 SE

2008-05-29 19:35

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It´s even better, it´s a rather rare 240D 3.0 1975-76. The forerunner to the 300D.

sixcyl FR

2008-05-29 19:38

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Bien vu Richard [Image: top.gif]

electra225 IT

2010-08-20 16:46

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Originally for Italy, since only front fenders lights do exist. in the US this car was already named "300 D Diesel"

rjluna2 US

2010-08-20 17:24

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electra225 is correct, it has Italian repeater on the front fender. Don't forget the fog light at the rear ;)

DynaMike NL

2010-08-20 17:39

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And the special rear bumper.

130rapid PL

2010-08-20 17:42

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Interesting. What about Italian over 2000 cc taxes? Didn't include diesels?

ingo DE

2010-08-20 21:38

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rjluna2 wrote electra225 is correct, it has Italian repeater on the front fender. Don't forget the fog light at the rear ;)


Sorry rljuna2, but back fog lights weren't required in Italy. This was in Belgium. ;)

ingo DE

2010-08-20 21:42

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Last Sunday I saw such a 240 D 3.0 on a local oldtimer-meeting. I wasn't striked by the car itself, more by the white 1968/69 steering-wheels, which the owner has cobbled on the 1974+ steering column. I thought, the pre- and post-1974 columns were too different, so that this shouldn't be possible.

rjluna2 US

2010-08-20 22:04

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ingo wrote Sorry rljuna2, but back fog lights weren't required in Italy. This was in Belgium. ;)

I am still learning everyday, ingo :king:

ingo DE

2010-08-20 22:11

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You're welcome. :)

I still have a question, which noone could answer, also not here, where I've asked that already, so one again:

Why were hazard-lamps and lamp-flashers illegal in Italy in the late 60ies and early 70ies? :??: They were disconnected at all import cars and some Italian cars even hadn't included the cables and relais for it.


And annother tiny question: What was the reason of the Austrian law in that years, that the light for the back license plate had to flash, when you have used the lamp-flashers?

rjluna2 US

2010-08-20 22:50

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ingo wrote Why were hazard-lamps and lamp-flashers illegal in Italy in the late 60ies and early 70ies? :??: They were disconnected at all import cars and some Italian cars even hadn't included the cables and relais for it.

And annother tiny question: What was the reason of the Austrian law in that years, that the light for the back license plate had to flash, when you have used the lamp-flashers?

I don't know and I think it is a really good question :think:

Perhaps we can ask our Italian and Austrian friend to answer our question :)

ingo DE

2010-08-21 21:31

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I've done so, but no answer until now.

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