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post #2 of 62 (permalink) Old 02-08-2006, 12:30 AM
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Working on a neat project... putting a 2.8L into a 65 sunbeam alpine.
I'm looking for a 4 speed bell housing from a 74 - 78 mustang ii, plus the flywheel. also pulleys from the same motor.

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Ooooo, Gary those are a rare as hens teeth in these parts. Why not a small block?
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Why not a small block?
that was the original plan, I have a 289 and toploader waiting for work but there's way too much involved... the 2.8L is basically a bolt on, with a kit.
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Why not a small block?
that was the original plan, I have a 289 and toploader waiting for work but there's way too much involved... the 2.8L is basically a bolt on, with a kit.
Do you want to sell the 289 and toploader.......to me! :p
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post #6 of 62 (permalink) Old 02-11-2006, 07:10 PM
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I need to keep it around, it belongs to the coupe, date coded and all that..
I know someone in Toronto who might want to sell a 289..
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post #7 of 62 (permalink) Old 02-12-2006, 07:03 PM
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The 289 is not that important, the top loader would be nice for the '69 Bronco.
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post #8 of 62 (permalink) Old 02-17-2006, 04:46 PM
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I have a 289 and toploader for sale

PM me if interested. I live close to London

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Hi all, I need the drivers side shock tower bracket, the piece that the lower control arm and the motor mounts attach to.(rust free of course) :p Mine is workable but, I figure as it's apart I should do it right. Can't find a vendor that sells just this part. It comes included with the shock tower but no one will separate.
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Paul, I will think about the toploader. T5 is looking better also.

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Hi,I am looking for weatherstripping for a '67 fastback.Need pieces around doors,the roof rail pieces and window fuzzies,front windshield and rear window also.Prefer NOS pieces.Also looking for the small brushed aluminum dash piece that goes above the radio either very good original or NOS.Probably lots of other parts needed also that are not coming to mind.Thanks....Greg.
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Hi all, I need the drivers side shock tower bracket, the piece that the lower control arm and the motor mounts attach to.(rust free of course) :p Mine is workable but, I figure as it's apart I should do it right. Can't find a vendor that sells just this part. It comes included with the shock tower but no one will separate.
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Got one...... :winkgrin:
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If you are looking for a 289, about 300-350 horse, newly pro done, and a 4 speed toploader I have a setup sitting here.I had it built for my 65 FB but sold the car with the engine that was in it.This engine has a bit over $3000 in it, lab and parts..Boss pan, HP oil pump, Boss windage tray, 1967 block, bored , flattops, 351rv cam, torquer HR, 302 heads..the Cobra built by Ford ones, Also have a stock 289 that has all new parts but should be checked out, might need a bit more work on the pistons..Just put in stocks and it may need a bore job.4 speed was redone and run for a few days on a track, no problems with it at all..changed the car over to an auto.
I want $4500 for the complete setup, engine, bell houseing, clutch, PP, trans, clutch setup, pedels, z bar..the works.
May be heading out your way this summer so might even be able to get it closer to you.
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Two things.. One, would anyone within an hour or something have just 2 of those dang little flat carriage bolts that slide into the top of the shock tower for the shock tower caps to bolt two? I have 4, and it's really pissing me off..

2nd, larger request. Looking for a 5.0EFI and T5, or more preferably, a complete 5.0 donor car.. Pretty beat up obviously, as I don't want a driver.

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Hey Johnny, I should have six on the parts car. I could spare two.
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Oh man, if you wouldn't mind, that would be great! I could finally get all this front suspension in.. How's your schedule looking?
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