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Can a 1987 mercedes 260 or 300 be flat towed behind a motorhome?

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Wow what you towing it with a scania truck ??? if a manualo gearbox then no problem but a auto then the answer is no ,also its illegal to tow with a A frame in europe so its either the front up or a trailor here out local guardia civil would have a field day here in spain with something like this thats for sure

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