Junkyard Gems: Murdered-out 1990s European luxury sedans

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    Junkyard Gems: Murdered-out 1990s European luxury sedans

    Article from Autoblog about 1990s Jaguars, Volvos and Mercedes having a final rest at the scrap yard.
    https://www.autoblog.com/2019/06/21/...luxury-sedans/

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    Re: Junkyard Gems: Murdered-out 1990s European luxury sedans

    Murdered out huh?

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    Hard to imagine someone paid cash for them when they were news.

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    Re: Junkyard Gems: Murdered-out 1990s European luxury sedans

    What surprises me is when every once in a while you might see a R129 (SL500 or SL600)
    Especially the 600 with the M120 V12 engine. I guess they all must lay to rest sooner or later.

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