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    Default BBC parts and misc stuff...

    PRICES DROPPED ON REMAINDER OF PARTS.

    The mount, cable and control are sold.

    15 foot bow rails with all mounts and hardware. $45.00

    Nice fiberglass swim step with nice mounts. 67"x12" $50.00 sold

    Teak swim step no mounts 67"x12" $40.00 sold

    Six Ls-6 +.060 TRW pistons L2349. $40.00

    Chrome oil pan and timing cover for BBC, pan needs minor weld on windage tray. $40.00

    Pair of flat chrome gas caps, ok but not show pieces. $15.00

    Pair of nice 5 inch vents. $10.00

    3 or 4 inch inlet to 4 inch outlet stainless exhaust thru hulls with external flappers $55.00 sold

    All prices obo and plus the ride.
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    pm sent on exhaust tips....didn't see a price?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 73hondo View Post
    pm sent on exhaust tips....didn't see a price?
    I put the price on the posting and sent you a PM. Thanks for letting me know I forgot. Mark

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    Default Trades?

    I could use an aluminum manifold for an Oval port BBC. I could use a cam and lifters. Always can use another Holley 750-850 CFM in need of rebuild. I even like spread bore holleys with the cam driven secondaries. HEI ignition. Let me know what you have.

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    What is the stringer width on that bell housing?

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    Hi,
    I am interested in the top mount housing/starter, the oil pan and the morse cable, shoot me a price for all three. cell 714 713-1077
    Tx Jerry

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    Default Glenwood exhaust logs

    Do you still have the Glenwood exhaust logs? Any cracks from freezing? I'm interested in them. Please let me know the total cost plus shipping to 83607 Middleton Idaho.
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    Default Logs

    Quote Originally Posted by capnfyr View Post
    Do you still have the Glenwood exhaust logs? Any cracks from freezing? I'm interested in them. Please let me know the total cost plus shipping to 83607 Middleton Idaho.
    No there aren't any freezing cracks but they do need surfaced as I said. I am going to UPS tomorrow with some parts so I will get the price to ship these to you. They may require a wood crate for them. This office is pretty strict on heavy parts in cardboard boxes. I'll let you know the situation tomorrow. Mark 928-two87-one36one

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    Default Rear mount width

    Quote Originally Posted by cuzncarl View Post
    What is the stringer width on that bell housing?
    Its 22 3/4" 22.75". Thanks Mark 928-two87-one36one

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rexone View Post
    Sent pm yesterday Mark.
    I was out of town yesterday I got it today and answered. Thanks

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    Damn i need a 26" thanks tho

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    Default Adjustable

    Quote Originally Posted by cuzncarl View Post
    Damn i need a 26" thanks tho
    This is the adjustable mount with the locating bars in the center of the leg. Here it is at 26" still plenty of meat on the mounts.
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    Default Exhaust Logs plus shipping.

    I will keep my ears open waiting for your reply and quote.

    Thanks in advance.

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    Default Shipping quote logs.

    [QUOTE=capnfyr;3818361]I will keep my ears open waiting for your reply and quote.

    Ok the cost for shipping is $40.00 so add the $150 its $190.00. I have one guy who contacted me before you so I have to be fair and see what he says. His shipping is about the same. If he doesn't respond tomorrow they are yours if you want them. Thanks Mark

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