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Old 11-20-2003, 07:24 PM
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JUNK AUTOMATICS c6,aod,e4od,r4100

i`am looking for people in the metro detroit area that have old non working or junk transmissions that they are just going to through away. you know the one that is sitting in your garage leaking fluid on the floor. or the one that has been sitting outside for years. i have a c6 that came from a car that i`am rebuilding. i`am looking for truck,big block,or diesel complete or parts. so i can rob parts from them to put in this smallblock case if you have one of these that you just want gone or have internal c6 parts sitting around and dont want let me know. trying to put all heavy duty parts in this one i will even consider pulling one out and installing your rebuilt one for the core
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