We're continuing to help machines take our jobs by training our rudimentary TensorFlow implementation to find cool cars. Turns out this stuff is sort of tricky - who'd have thought something developed by PhDs at Google would be a bit complex? At any rate, it did surface this early diesel Benz wagon so we feel like we're on the right track.
With only 85,000 miles since new and resplendent in many shades of tan, we dig the originality of this wagon and all of the maintenance that has gone into it. From the aluminum trim to the vintage Coco mats, we would love to have this oil burner as as daily driver.
Now owned by what seems like a well versed vintage Benz enthusiast, a great deal of work has been performed including addressing some of the common and pricey problems with the near 40 year old self levelling suspension. A long list of additional work is included addressing everything from new glow plugs, to a full transmission flush and service, to rear axles.
The owner seems to have a proper German-level of car maintenance OCD and we love the hand broom mounted in the cargo area to keep things on the up and up.
This write up is short because we have to get back to the world of TensorFlow, 2D Tensors, and cross-entropy. Don't worry, we'll balance it out by getting some grease under our nails working on the Syncro shortly.
Find this near mint wagon eBay in Harvard, Mass.
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