1984 Mercedes 300TD. Runs great. Easily converted to BIO-DIESEL. Original owner. 160K miles. Great car. Well maintained. Serviced for years at G&N Motors on Santa Monica Blvd. in Los Angeles. All records available. A few dings and small dent on fender. No major accidents ever. AC compressor works, but needs freon. $3200. Send me an email with a phone number to reach you. firstname.lastname@example.org
We just posted our 1979 Mercedes 240 Diesel Hearse on ebay.com. The item number is 230309549939. Check it out. If it doesn't sell online this week, we may be open to offers. The car is located near Nelson, BC - 9 hours drive from Vancouver or Calgary and 4 hours north of Spokane, WA.
Thanks for looking.
You don't find Vege Oil Mercs very often in this kind of condition with a quality conversion by lovecraft. Here's the LoveCraft website. http://www.lovecraftbiofuels.com/
Look at the pictures to see how well maintained this car is.
This 1979 Mercedes 240 Diesel has 316k on it and has the flexibility you need letting you run on either vege oil (WVO), biodiesel, or regular diesel.
* Has new tires
*No leaks! (Now that's rare)
We have a small company in Phoenix, with an excess of about 1200 gallons of wvo per month. We are looking for a new customer to sell this wvo to. Please call for current prices or to make arrangements. You can visit our website at www.biodawg.com. or call 602 301-5230
I'm looking to buy either a 3/4 ton or a 1 ton, diesel truck to convert to run only on WVO. I'm wondering what sort of truck would be best make and model for this.
My budget is dismal, so I'm only willing to spend about 3000 on the truck, hopefully less. ( I'm aware of the extra cost of the conversion).
I've been looking at 1985-early 90'S FORD f-250's and f-350s. would those trucks be about the same when it comes to converting? Would I be betteroff looking at trucks that may be more reliable like a chevy or a Dodge?