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various parts for 53-56 trucks

 
 
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Old 04-28-2012, 10:30 PM
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various parts for 53-56 trucks

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Private or Vendor Listing: Private Listing
Part fits (you may select multiples): CRX & pre '92 Civic
Item Condition: IL

I'm cleaning out my shed and have a bunch of parts to sell.

F-100 rolling chassis with new brake lines, master cylinder and wheel cylinders, rear spring bushings and pins $300
F-100 front and rear fenders with some bad spots $20-$30 each
F-600 front fenders - driver side has big dent $30 each
set of air deflectors with some bad spots $10 each
inner fenders with some rough spots $10 each
cab in decent shape with poorly repaired cab corners $100
cab with rust problems $50 (would be great if you're chopping a '53-'55)
set of doors with some rust on bottom edges $50 each
set of doors with very rusty bottoms $35 each
overdrive tranny $150
two hoods in good condition $75 each
complete 52/53 215ci inline six block- crank turns by hand, probably needs rebuild $75
4 speed tranny with bellhousing $35
4 speed tranny with bellhousing out of F-600 dump truck with PTO and driveshaft emergency brake hardware $75
1953 grille in good condition $75
1953 grille in rough condition $50
1953 grille in rough condition $50
1952 three speed tranny - came off the 215 above, may fit other years $25
seat in decent condition $60
seat that has been repaired - wouldn't be bad with a cover $40
F-100 gas tank - good shape $30
F-600 gas tank - rough $20
steering wheels, columns, shafts and gear boxes 53-55 and might have a 56

Obviously, this stuff is too big and heavy to ship so you'll need to visit me in central Illinois (Mahomet to be exact). I'm about ten miles west of Champaign-Urbana on I-74. I'll be more than happy to take pictures of anything you're interested in.
 
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I will vouch for this seller. I recently purchased a set of used hood hinges from him. He was very fair, very honest and a quick ship. I would not hesitate to purchase from him again. Thanks Kevin for a great transaction.
 
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Yeah, buy my stuff, guys! Kind of surprised at the lack of interest. I don't think I'm overpriced. Nobody in the Midwest is restoring old trucks?

 
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If anyone is looking for a project, I am offering everything below for $500

rolling chassis
front and rear fenders
air deflectors
inner fenders
cab
doors
hood
lower valence
front bumper
grille
seat
gas tank
steering column
 
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If anyone is looking for a project, I am offering everything below for $450

rolling chassis
front and rear fenders
air deflectors
inner fenders
cab
doors
hood
lower valence
front bumper
grille
seat
gas tank
steering column
 
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Do you know the condition of the overdrive tranny and what model truck it is out of?
 
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I do not know what vehicle the overdrive came from. I will take a look at the casting numbers. It looks identical to another overdrive I did pull from an F-100. I will pull the cover and take a picture of the gears. If memory serves me correctly, they were in good condition. It shifts through it's range just fine.

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Thanks, what is the diameter of the main shaft? Also is the cover on the side or on top?
 
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The cover is on the side. Is the shaft in this picture the one you want me to measure?

 
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Here's the main shaft. Couldn't find my calipers this morning. Let me know if you need a more accurate measurement.




Tail shaft

 
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Kevin, I've done some research and found that the diameter of the input shaft{the one at the front of trans) is 1 3/8" for the trucks and 1 1/8" for the cars. Could you find your calipers and verify which it is? Also what is the length from the front tip of the input shaft to where it goes in the trans case? Thanks
 
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Kevin, I've done some research and found that the diameter of the input shaft{the one at the front of trans) is 1 3/8" for the trucks and 1 1/8" for the cars. Could you find your calipers and verify which it is? Also what is the length from the front tip of the input shaft to where it goes in the trans case? Thanks
I'll try to get to it tonight. I have a training class from 6pm-10pm so I may not have time. If not, I'll get to it tomorrow. The input shaft looks to be 1 1/8" from the picture. It's quite possible it came from a car. The man I bought it from restored cars, not trucks.
 

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