Q: Parts for the Mercedes

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Is it easy to find parts for MB 4.2 at auto salon?

Here is the thing about Mercedes.Their parts are easy to find because Mercedes-Benz always makes parts for their cars. It doesn’t matter how old they are, they still make parts for those cars. But be warned, they can charge you whatever they want for those parts since they’re more exclusive. So, some of these brands can be endless money pits with very expensive parts, but you’ll always be able to find them somewhere. They still make them but they can be super expensive.

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