So... I'm creating this post with an extremely heavy heart. In April 2019, the Mayor of London (TfL) will introduce the ULEZ charge, which will cover the existing congestion charge zone. This means diesel and petrol cars that don't meet certain standards will have to pay £12.50 a day to enter into the congestion charge zone, every day weekends and public holidays on top of the congestion charge. Now I rarely if ever go that far into Central London but now and then I do have to, due to traffic and other things. So, reluctantly I'm gonna have to let go of my baby, my W202. I want to know your thoughts on what she'd be worth. Spec as follows : 1997 C250 Turbo Diesel Sport spec from Factory 242k warranted miles Service History from my purchase at 149k (Mostly if not all Wayne Gates) Most if not all major work done, again by Wayne Gates (water pump, pulleys, Propshaft Donuts and centre bearing, rear subframe bushes, suspension, engine mounts oem MB, gearbox mount, engine related stuff, etc etc ) Oil and filter change every 4-5k, air filter done at the same time, Mobil 10w40 and Mann filters, Only ever filled with Shell Diesel, Engine pulls strong, gearbox also pulls strong, 40k gearbox fluid, sump gasket and pilot bush changed as recommended by Wayne Gates) Washed regularly with care taken in wheel arches and under body Mille Miglia interior in good condition, Everything inside works, OEM Xenon headlamp units fitted with bosch ballasts and osram D2R bulbs, Headlamp wash on OEM Button on the dashboard, Air Horn (loud not tacky) also on OEM button on the dashboard, US style front Indicator units with LED marker lights, Sunroof, works and doesn't leak, Cruise control and ABS all working, Choice of 15" AMG Monoblocks or 16" staggered W202 Sport wheels, both on decent rubber, Bodywork isn't brilliant but no major rust, also have spare drivers side wing for new owner for future use, I was thinking roughly £1700... Is that too much to ask for an enthusiast looked after motor like mine? ..... That's all really... So, gimme your thoughts people... Cheers, Harry.