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Chassis No. 100164

Beat Weibel
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Re: Chassis No. 100164

Post by Beat Weibel » Tue Jun 18, 2019 3:30 pm

Yes, right. "K" could be a "H" and therefore most certainly a saloon engine.

Could give me more room for bargaining, right?
BR
Beat

Beat Weibel
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Re: Chassis No. 100164

Post by Beat Weibel » Mon Jul 01, 2019 7:44 pm

Hello experts:
The car has an unsusuallly high back of rear seat bench. Looks a little bit like in original Red Car prototype.
Any idea where this could be coming from?
By the way it´s an early A-spec with door handle recesses.
BR
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Beat Weibel
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Re: Chassis No. 100164

Post by Beat Weibel » Sat Aug 17, 2019 8:36 am

Hello SP250 friends

It is now mine and I am happy to be a member of the SP250 owner crowd again. I transferred it from the Frankfurt region to Munich on Thursaday. She drove very well over the German autobahn. We made a 460 km test trip. One problem at higher revs remains that I would like to addess in a seperate thread.

Does anybody kw the body number of this early car?
And are there any opinions about the unusual back seat as shown in the last post?

Could you please change address and registration?

New Geman registration No: M-SP251H

Best regards
Beat

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Re: Chassis No. 100164

Post by John-B » Sat Aug 17, 2019 11:03 am

Beat Weibel wrote:
Mon Jul 01, 2019 7:44 pm
Hello experts:
The car has an unsusuallly high back of rear seat bench. Looks a little bit like in original Red Car prototype.
Any idea where this could be coming from?
By the way it´s an early A-spec with door handle recesses.
BR
Beat
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The front seats aren't A spec either. The seams on A spec seats continued to the front of the seat and to the top of the seat back. The seats are more padded than the originals.

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Re: Chassis No. 100164

Post by Ozzsp250 » Sat Aug 17, 2019 6:14 pm

Actually there's a distributor on currently; Ebay https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Daimler-SP25 ... SwUF1dPeC9

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Re: Chassis No. 100164

Post by John-B » Tue Aug 20, 2019 8:39 am

Sumptners on the SP250 Owners' Club forum https://daimlersp250dartownersclub.com/ ... n-germany/ says:
Beat
The body number should be 737-0209. That is assuming that the body/chassis have not been replaced. To enter your and the cars details into pasSPort please download and complete the form on the ‘pasSPort’ page of the website and return to the address / email on the bottom of the form.
Best wishes
Stewart
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