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Old 12-29-2006, 02:19 PM
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My plan is slowly coming together. My wife just bought an 83 Mercedes 300 turbo diesel. It should get better mileage than her Jeep. Next is the processor.....
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those old mercedes are cool. i just got a '83 300td wagon a couple weeks ago as a second car to use when i don't need my truck and when i have to park in parking structures. Sence then I converted it to run on 100% SVO and have been buying new soybean oil. im stoked with how it runs and how my money is supporting US farmers.
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I don't know much about Mercedes, but it has a Green Benz conversion to run on svo if wanted. This will be the wifes daily driver.
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