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Old 06-14-2009, 11:40 AM
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Rebuilt flathead motor

I know of a completely rebuilt flat head in a crate with dual carbs offy heads ready to bolt in a truck for $2500.00. It is located in the Youngstown, Ohio area. If anyone is interested let me know and i will try to find out some more info.
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Motor specs:
Paper work?
Pressure checked?
Magged?
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Stroked?
Cam?
How long has it been sitting?
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Sounds like a smokin' deal, depending on the answers to Dick's questions.
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Sounds like a smokin' deal, depending on the answers to Dick's questions.

I would hope it wouldn't smoke for that much $ lol sorry I couldn't hold back!
Ya I agree, depends on above.
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I would hope it wouldn't smoke for that much $ lol sorry I couldn't hold back!
Ya I agree, depends on above.
Yuk yuk!

To tell the truth, if it were truly, verifiably rebuilt totally stock, no cracks, no miles on it, it would be worth that.
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Thats my budget now for my motor minus the fuel injection and ecm.
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