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1978 Mercedes-Benz Lang [W123]

1978 Mercedes-Benz Lang [W123] in Tomorrow Never Dies, Movie, 1997 IMDB

Class: Cars, Limousine — Model origin: DE

1978 Mercedes-Benz Lang [W123]

Position 00:30:40 [*] Background vehicle

Comments about this vehicle

AuthorMessage

Weasel1984 PL

2006-10-14 23:09

W123

antp BE

2006-10-14 23:18

V123 like the others W123-limousine that we have, I guess.

Alexander DE

2006-10-15 00:27

:D


-- Last edit: 2012-09-05 02:25:41 (G-MANN)

Alexander DE

2006-10-15 00:31

Introduced in August 1977 and only available as 240D, 300D and 250.

antp BE

2006-10-15 12:08

Alexander wrote
:D

You guessed what I mean :p

benny IT

2006-10-16 18:15

antp wrote V123 like the others W123-limousine that we have, I guess.

:D
I think so...

Alexander DE

2006-10-16 19:10

Who is always changing it back to V123? [Image: nini.gif]

benny IT

2006-10-16 19:16

Not me...I change it one time, but few minuts then re-change it to W123.

Alexander DE

2006-10-16 19:52

To avoid misunderstandings: W123 is correct!

benny IT

2006-10-16 20:01

Ok, Alexander, I also search infos, and you are right! ;)

antp BE

2006-10-16 21:01

What about the other ones?
/vehicles_make-Mercedes-Benz_model-v123.html

wickey SK

2006-10-16 21:01

me also once :lol: but it was on 14th (me sorry, me no mean to bad :) )

antp BE

2006-10-16 21:03

I originally posted it with the picture as V123 because all the limousine-W123-like were listed as V123, but did not change after that :D

-- Last edit: 2006-10-16 21:03:57

Alexander DE

2006-10-16 21:09

antp wrote What about the other ones?
/vehicles_make-Mercedes-Benz_model-v123.html

I never noticed before. They are all W123.

wickey SK

2006-10-16 21:10

so where the heck came the idea of V from?? :??:

Alexander DE

2006-10-16 21:14

Perhaps from 'Long Vheelbase'... :lol:

Someone made a typo and all the others copied without checking!

-- Last edit: 2012-09-05 02:25:56 (G-MANN)

wickey SK

2006-10-16 21:22

maybe Verlängert? :p anyway quite funny when someone make typo on some special vehicle :)

Ralph DE

2006-10-16 21:41

http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mercedes-Benz_W123

Langversion (V123)

Laut Mercedes Ersatzteile CD ist die Bezeichnung für den 250Lang: V123 E 28

-- Last edit: 2006-10-16 21:51:38

antp BE

2006-10-16 23:04

Also some V124: /vehicles_make-Mercedes-Benz_model-V124.html
But, Alex, why did you rename all these V123 so quickly? :( It was not a typo...

-- Last edit: 2006-10-16 23:04:35

Alexander DE

2006-10-16 23:33

Try looking for 'Mercedes-Benz V123' on Google.

Apart from the Wikipedia entry and subsequent copies of it I cannot confirm any other use but W123 for all variants.
Have a look here for example: http://www.w123-club.de/html/w123.htm

Alexander DE

2006-10-16 23:59

I remembered that we talked about the Mercedes-Benz chassis codes before, almost exactly one year ago:
Link to "forum.antp.be"

At that time I received the information from DaimlerChrysler that the following codes are being used today:

W for Limousine
S for Estate/Break/Station Wagon
A for Cabriolet
C for Coupé
R for Roadster
V for Limousine with long wheel-base

This system was started sometime in the 1990s, as far as I know. Before only W was used.

I guess that some people try to introduce the new system for older models, too. This might even be true for parts lists handed out today that cover older models.

To sum it up: For modern (approx. post 1990) long wheel-base limousines 'V' is correct, before 'W'.

wickey SK

2006-10-17 00:26

what about R107 for example< it is pre 1990..

Alexander DE

2006-10-17 01:11

wickey wrote what about R107 for example< it is pre 1990..

... and it seems to be wrong!
http://www.mercedesclubs.de/vdh/fahrzeugtypen/w107/w107.html

wickey SK

2006-10-17 11:59

interesting....

antp BE

2006-10-17 13:46

R107 seems quite common, though...

junkman UK

2006-10-17 13:56

Alexander wrote W for Limousine


Be careful when you use the term 'Limousine' in an English (or French)context. The German word 'Limousine' denotes a saloon or sedan in English, or 'berline' in French. A 'Limousine' is something entirely different in English (or French).

antp BE

2006-10-17 14:36

Though it is usually used for stretched ones, in French it means 6-window sedan.
In English (US & UK) it is even something different... cf this discussion: http://forum.imcdb.org/forum_topic-6-Limousines.html

-- Last edit: 2012-09-05 02:26:10 (G-MANN)

benny IT

2006-10-17 19:41

I got confused...What is it then? W123, no?

Alexander DE

2006-10-17 23:38

No wonder you got confused ... :)

It is W123 for all versions, sedan, coupé, estate and limousine.

Some time in the 1990s (long after the W123) new letters were introduced: W for sedan, C for coupé, S for estate, A for cabriolet, R for roadster, and V for limousine with long wheel-base. Some people (and even parts catalogues, as Ralph said) apply these new letter codes for old vehicles, too. Here it gets confusing and I would strongly advise not to do that for our classifications.

So far I do not know when exactly in the 1990s this change took place, or if it was introduced individually with new models only.


-- Last edit: 2012-09-05 02:26:18 (G-MANN)

antp BE

2006-10-18 00:08

I think that we could still use R107/C107 for example as it is a very common one.
But I agree that for the other old ones they should stay as W.

benny IT

2006-10-18 17:50

Thanks, now I understand! ;)

skiendog US

2006-10-19 21:33

I can also tag the porsche as a 986 Boxster

rpcm PT

2008-10-17 00:24

1978+ ( available as 250, 240 D and 300 D Lang )

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