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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 10-17-2018, 09:04 AM Thread Starter
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OEM 6cyl drive train, carb to rearend, what to save, what to toss?

I have a full complete drive train from air cleaner to rear end for a 66 200 6/cyl with green dot trans.

The engine threw a rod, but the block could be repaired if needed.

I'd like to get rid of everything as a set, but I know that's a real long shot.

I'm thinking to toss the block, keep the head, brackets, mounts, carb, alt, dist, C4 trans, driveline, rear end and run ads to see who want's what. Let it run for a while then dump the parts.

I don't like the idea, but I might not have many choices. Any ideas on this?

The block hole is in a non-critical spot, but who wants one of these?

I guess someone looking to restore an old project where the old engine/trans was removed. These are pretty heavy to ship too, their in California, so mustangs are pretty popular out here.
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there are a number of people at fordsix.com that would like to have those parts. you might be able to find someone local to take those parts off your hands.

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Wish you were closer. Id take it all

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