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Old 05-17-2003, 05:34 PM
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Anybody got a decent 302 with auto trans sitting around pining to be installed in an old truck? Mine decided to swallow a valve a couple of weeks ago. Gave it quite the case of indigestion; coughed up a piston. Not looking for brand new high buck parts.
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No But I have a set of (86 T-Bird) re-built sets of head for a reasonable price.
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