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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 08-02-2016, 04:47 PM Thread Starter
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289/302 parts, 1966 2+2 parts

I've replaced a number of parts during the re-restoration. All are for sale, most are heavy. I can ship, but it might be cheaper to pick up. I do have limited time during chemo treatments to send stuff out! Shipping will be whatever it costs me plus the cost of the part/s. It would be best to pick them up!

Powermaster XS mini starter. Guaranteed to fit a Toploader and 157 tooth flywheel. Part # 9503.3 (bought back in 2002 and worked great last time out). This starter will NOT fit a new Boss 302 block!





Centerforce SFI rated aluminum 157 tooth flywheel, 28oz. Fits 289/302 crank...NOT a 5.0 crank. Never chattered, only 2 drag launches!





Tri-Y headers (can't remember the make), ceramic coated. Fit 289 heads (maybe 302 as well, not sure). Had to add one dent to clear the hi-po equalizer bar.




2+2 rear fold down seat carpet parts.









Lakewood SFI rated scattershield. Fits 289 6 bolt and 302 blocks. It does have the spring pivot for the bar. Bar and spring NIC.



A box of suspension parts. Used up, need to be re-done. Upper/lower arms, stock crossmember, front Koni adj. shocks, tie rods.


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Prices ?
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starter ship to florida price?
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Prices ?

What are they worth to you? I can sit here wasting time haggling but I don't have the time nor the energy. Nothing personal, just putting it out there.


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starter ship to florida price?

Shipping from Ames, IA 50014. Pick your carrier of choice.


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$20 plus shipping for the crossmember?

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The headers are sold.

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Will the flywheel fit a 5.0 style (10.5") clutch?
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Will the flywheel fit a 5.0 style (10.5") clutch?
I don't know. I know it will not fit the bolt pattern of a 5.0 crank! That would be a question for Centerforce.

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I can't tell from the pics, is there a part number on the flywheel?
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I'll look tomorrow.


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Did you ever get a chance to find the part number?
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Sorry about that. Forgot.


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080551 is the number.


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Everything is gone.

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