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Chapter Buy/Sell/Trade Ads: Each chapter will have one (1) thread for chapter members to list items wanted, for sale or for trade. The rules for posting in this thread are as follows:
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I need a pair of 390 rocker oil baffles. I had to rob them to put in my 352. Seems when whoever rebuilt the 352, the deflectors weren't used. Also if anyone has an FE timing cover set with repair sleeve that would be great. Actually I could use a Full gasket set also. Thanks
I don't need rocker baffles.
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I'm looking for a nice chrome front bumper. One with the license plate cutout. Needs to in very good condition.

I'm in Milton.

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I think I still got a stock air filter housing off a 87 460. No idea if the air door mechanism still works.
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I think I still got a stock air filter housing off a 87 460. No idea if the air door mechanism still works.
If you have a vacuum pump/tester you can test if the diaphragm canister is still good. Also could probably take a heat gun to the thermostatic switch to see if it does anything. If it does work. Do you happen to have any pics of it?
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If you have a vacuum pump/tester you can test if the diaphragm canister is still good. Also could probably take a heat gun to the thermostatic switch to see if it does anything. If it does work. Do you happen to have any pics of it?
When I get a chance I'll dig it out and you can come by and check it out.
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Looking for shop equipment either cheap or trade for Part, Labor or Hauling or whatever.

Looking for a Large Air Compressor either 220v or 110v prefer 50 gallon or bigger.
Hydraulic Tubing Bender.
Press that's 10 Ton or better.
Drill Press that's a Floor Model.
Metal Lathe.
Sand Blasting Equipment.
Large Tool Boxes and/or Steel Workbenches.
Tools of all kinds: Air, Electric, Jacks, Stands, Power, Hydraulic, Specialty etc etc etc.
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Looking for shop equipment either cheap or trade for Part, Labor or Hauling or whatever.

Looking for a Large Air Compressor either 220v or 110v prefer 50 gallon or bigger.
Hydraulic Tubing Bender.
Press that's 10 Ton or better.
Drill Press that's a Floor Model.
Metal Lathe.
Sand Blasting Equipment.
Large Tool Boxes and/or Steel Workbenches.
Tools of all kinds: Air, Electric, Jacks, Stands, Power, Hydraulic, Specialty etc etc etc.

I have one that I think is a 40 or 60 Lb HF one that I would not mind parting with.
Let me know and I'll go get some photos of it.


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Interested, what all is included?
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It's one of the red tank ones that sits on the floor.

So that would be tank,valves,hoses and nozzle.
Really a simple thing.I got it for a project that I
finished some time ago and now it's just talking
up space I would like to have back.
Also I have some #10(I think) 3 wire in armored
cable. There is about 50~75 feet and it's cooper.
I think I can do without that. Before we talk any $
on the wire let me get a measurement of it.

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Just a bit of both in me
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Chrome bumper in great shape. 92 to 96 year. Asking $90.00 or will consider trade for 8x8x16 cinder blocks in good condition.
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Original headlight lenses and marker lights set. No bulbs.
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Need money and want this stuff gone, lowered prices.

Getting rid of some 385 series parts and a couple carbs. 385 = 370 429 460 494 521 600

New in box Main Girdle for 2 bolt main 385 with studs and 12 point hardware $75 obo

Headman headers for 385 2wd 73-79 truck, some surface rust, usable condition. $50

Will probably dig up more as time goes on.

Interested in trading, need DOM tube and square tubing and aftermarket cam/lifter set for 385, roller rockers, fuel cell or transfer tank or who knows what, offer away.
Good morning OFJ, I have a 50 gallon transfer flow, I am using in the back of my f350. I'm interested in trading for camper related items. Really need a set of torklift tiedowns.
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You looking for Frame Mount or Bed Mount?

Have a picture of the Tank?
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