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Hello all :)

I´m new here. Looking forward to many good hours in this forum :)

I own two SLK R170 - both 230 Kompressor :burnout:

See you out there...

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Welcome from Michigan.....
 
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Hello from a fellow countryman (Birkerød)

I am quite new both here on the forum and as an slk owner (R170 230 kompressor)myself but have already benefitted a lot from the posts here.

Have fun and see you around

Nikolaj
 

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Welcome from southern California.
 
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Welcome from Canada! What's the difference in the two cars?

Beautiful country and great people. I served in Hamburg on exchange (doing my Masters) with the Luftwaffe and we used to go up to Denmark often for short vacations - often near Ribe - and drove through your area. We also vacationed around Copenhagen. Great roads throughout.
 

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Welcome from Canada! What's the difference in the two cars?

Beautiful country and great people. I served in Hamburg on exchange (doing my Masters) with the Luftwaffe and we used to go up to Denmark often for short vacations - often near Ribe - and drove through your area. We also vacationed around Copenhagen. Great roads throughout.
There is no difference between the cars - besides the color and the mileage. The black with grey leather is rare in Denmark and Europe. The black one is one to keep :cool:.

Denmark is nice and the roads as well :tu:- but cars are insanely expensive :mad:.

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