Old JaimeKop.com Pages

Some returning visitors might remember the “old” JaimeKop.com.  These are a few of the original pages I moved into the new site.

The old site is still available here, but keep in mind some of the links might not work correctly.

1967 Mercedes Benz 250S – This was my second W108.  I still miss it.

1979 Mercedes Benz 300D – Grover Mudd – A silly page about a wonderful beat up old W123.

1967 Mercedes Benz 250S – My first W108.  I did a tremendous amount of work on this car and learned a lot in the process.

W108 Wood Refinishing – A collection of a few pages covering work a did years ago to restore the wood in an early W108.

4 thoughts on “Old JaimeKop.com Pages

  1. Hey Jaime,
    Your R&R pictures and description on the dash wood helped me alot
    on my 1972 280 se 4.5….THANKS!!!!!!
    I actually did a practice run on a 72 250 parts car that I have and now I have two cars worth of wood to refinish…….use one and sell the other to support my Benz hobby
    What color paint did you squirt on your 250? It is beautiful!!
    I think i will do that on mine. It should go well with the factory blue interior I would guess.
    Thanks Again,
    Steve
    In summy Tucson Arizona

  2. Jaime,
    Thanks for your great website. Right now I am about a year and half into a ’73 280 SE 4.5, new paint and interior and she did run great until saturday. I changed the fuel pump when I first got her, the other day however I did run out of gas due to a sticky fuel gauge, I knew that car didn’t get 30mpg. Hopefully its something simple as I put gas in it that day and drove it another 150 miles, then yesterday it died around the corner from my house leaving to run a few errands. Oh well, I really appreciate your time in taking helpful photographs on the wood refinishing, i hope to do mine someday. Also, the w116, I’ve often wondered about those, I’m in sales and would love a vintage daily driver that had better mpg.
    Have a good day. Mario, Fort Worth, Texas

  3. I have a 69 Mercedes 230 that I have purchased a couple months ago, and I am having a problem with trying to figure out where certain vacuum lines go. When I opened the hood to the engine I noticed that the lines were missing connecting to the distributer, no hose do the dashpot. I tried so many sites and did not have what I was looking for and many have referred me to your site. Can you help me on this? Even a photo of the 114 motor without the filter can help me a lot.

  4. Good Evening. I lost the chrome top to one of my Bosch 0 321 023 901 fanfare horns that came off when I was driving on the Interstate. I have been trying to find a replacement fan fare horn. I discovered you had a set of Bosch fanfare horns for sale on ebay but I could not open for bidding. Can you tell me if they are still available and how much. The site where I saw them was http://www.jaimekop.com/ebay/horns.
    Regards,
    Bill

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