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Old 03-11-2011, 09:56 PM
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Question Engine Parts

I'm in the process of cleaning up my garage from the winter, I am upgrading most all of my engine parts, so I have all my old, unused, rusty, and greasy parts just sittng around. I'm wondering if these things are stuff that people want, I dont want to waist my time putting them all on ebay unless people actually have an intrest in them; Its all the stuff like rotating assembly, heads, intake, carb, oiling canister, fuel pump, exhaust manifolds, distributor, starter, and alternator.

So basically what im wondering is, are these used parts worth anything to somebody?, or should I keep them just because they are all original?
 
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Old 03-11-2011, 10:07 PM
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What engine are they from , a flathead V8 or 6?
 
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Old 03-11-2011, 10:11 PM
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Oh sorry Its a 239 8RT

1952 F2
 
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Ah, nobody wants any of that old junk. You might just as well stick it all in a box and send it to my house.
 
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My garage is a great place for them as well! Yes! Sell them now!! Visit ebay as you'll find all those parts listed - you'll get a good idea on how much they are going for. Of course, many of the parts will fit other y-blocks as well - not just the 239. I'm in need of an oil canister and a crank draft tube assembly now to name a few...
 
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My garage is a great place for them as well! Yes! Sell them now!! Visit ebay as you'll find all those parts listed - you'll get a good idea on how much they are going for. Of course, many of the parts will fit other y-blocks as well - not just the 239. I'm in need of an oil canister and a crank draft tube assembly now to name a few...
Wrong 239. I'm pretty sure his is a 239 Flattie. I do believe his truck is a 52.
 
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Alright, cool thanks guys, I guess I'll put them up on the classifieds or ebay here in the next week or so; Hopefully I can get a little money to help with the restoration

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