Buying and Maintaining a 126 S-Class Mercedes

Buying and Maintaining a 126 S-Class Mercedes
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ISBN: 9781785002441
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This book will enable you to avoid the most common pitfalls and faults that otherwise can ruin the ownership of a 'Sonderklasse'.  

Packed with the sort of advice only normally obtainable from years of experience, it will act as your own personal marque expert. Specifications and valuations are included along with a detailed guide to buying the best car at the right price, and finally, how to keep your 126 fresh and reliable.

The author

Dr Nik Greene has written many feature articles and regular copy for classic car and club magazines in the UK and France; this is his first car book. When not working as a criminologist he prefers to spend his time in the Limousin area of France where he has a property with ample barn and workshop space for his cars. Apart from the Mercedes 560SE and the Mercedes G-Wagen, his stable also includes several classic Citroens and Renaults.

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Format: Paperback / softback, 224 Pages
ISBN: 9781785002441
Illustrations: 250 color photos
Size: 7.44 in x 9.68 in / 188.98 mm x 245.87 mm
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