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New to forum (obviously), bought and started to restore a 92 300D 2.5 turbo... a lot of work ahead.
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New to forum (obviously), bought and started to restore a 92 300D 2.5 turbo... a lot of work ahead.
Glad you could join us.

I drove that car in the UK when they were still being produced. It is a great W124.
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Thanks... right now I’m replacing the water pump, thermostat and vacuum pump. After that I get to discover if it has a head gasket leak. My wife decided I needed a project.
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I wish my wife would give me project like that.

I am stuck with a bathroom tiling project.
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I wish my wife would give me project like that. I am stuck with a bathroom tiling p

Yeah, it’s not a bad one, unfortunately it’s 2nd in line after the hot tub she wants refurbished. Right in the middle of “Texas bs monsoon season”. You doing slate or ceramic tile?
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Ceramic that is almost 3/8" thick because it is the only thing we could find and then import to match the rustic nature of the home.
It was built as a prairie cabin in 1841 and we ended up exposing the log walls on the first floor. We had done this bathroom in a rush
back in 2003, but now want to do it right.
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Ceramic that is almost 3/8" thick because it is the only thing we could find and then import to match the rustic nature of the home.
It was built as a prairie cabin in 1841 and we ended up exposing the log walls on the first floor. We had done this bathroom in a rush
back in 2003, but now want to do it right.
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