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Re: Post Your For Sale/WTB Engine and Trans Numbers Here

#646 Post by Spencer Harris » Mon May 07, 2018 11:57 am

Looking for 2-pc, 1300N, Type 506 #P21510

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Re: Post Your For Sale/WTB Engine and Trans Numbers Here

#647 Post by Spencer Harris » Mon May 07, 2018 12:01 pm

For Sale:
#P61138, 1600N, 616/1
In storage 30+ years, condition UNK.

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Re: Post Your For Sale/WTB Engine and Trans Numbers Here

#648 Post by Spencer Harris » Mon May 07, 2018 12:16 pm

For Sale:
’62 616/1 T6, P608853 Long Block
Competition Engineering machine work: B Crankcase line bored, B Crank polished, std.- in spec.
B Rods re-conditioned, B Heads re-conditioned, Street-lite flywheel (lightened & balanced).
JE forged 86mm pistons, Pinned & balanced.
$13,935 Total Sale Price + crating, + shipping.
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Re: Post Your For Sale/WTB Engine and Trans Numbers Here

#649 Post by tom collingwood » Sat May 12, 2018 2:05 pm

looking for engine # 60331

Looking for transmission # 7445
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Re: Post Your For Sale/WTB Engine and Trans Numbers Here

#650 Post by tom collingwood » Tue May 15, 2018 1:02 pm

looking for 1959 coupe engine 84275 and transmission 28588

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Re: Post Your For Sale/WTB Engine and Trans Numbers Here

#651 Post by John Lindstrom » Wed May 16, 2018 8:12 pm

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For sale engine # 87273 from 1960 356 B still runs

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FOR SALE 1956 1600 normal #P62582

#652 Post by Richard K Jemtland » Sat May 19, 2018 8:25 pm

1956/57 1600 normal engine #P62582 rebuilt complete. counterweighted crank, balanced rods, all German factory bearings, total seal rings, 3 angle valve job using stainless steel valves, new silicon bronze guides, stock cam, rebuilt dual zenith 2bbl carbs (these are an upgrade of perhaps 10hp dated 11/63) jetted to super spec's, rebuilt original distributor, rebuilt generator, headers, super 90 oil pickup switches sides for cornering. Complete with heater boxes. Tach drive off oil pump.
Comes with new Bosch 6v coil but is presently running on stand with a 12v coil because of 12 v battery used in shop. PRICE IS $7500 EXCHANGE. $1,000 CORE CHARGE. Call to discuss what you have for core........PARTIAL TRADES CONSIDERED.......Engine is running on stand with oil pressure gauge attached.. Extra parts available.Richard 505 89two 2052 home/shop, 505 450 56sixty cell, call or text on cell
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Re: looking for trans no. 13600

#653 Post by MICHAEL FOSTER » Wed May 30, 2018 5:36 pm

Looking for 1957 644 Transmission Serial No. 13600
I believe this was last heard of in Ventura, Santa Barbara, Gold Coast area of California. Please check for trans no. 13600

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Re: Post Your For Sale/WTB Engine and Trans Numbers Here

#654 Post by Thomas Frisardi » Wed May 30, 2018 9:17 pm

Looking for engine or case, 83186, a January 1959 Super motor. Would also be interested in 83166, because the Kardex seems to have an 8 typed over the first 6.

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Re: Post Your For Sale/WTB Engine and Trans Numbers Here

#655 Post by Rob Farmer » Thu Jun 07, 2018 9:38 pm

Alex Finigan wrote:WTB: 64605, the original engine for my '57 Speedster.

Have for sale: 63412, the original engine for Speedster 82741, and I also have the matching trans.
Also: 810038, 356SC, 616/16
I have a 1963 356B cab. I recently lost the transmission and I looking for a replacement. If you still have your transmission for sale, please contact me at 201.303.4007 or agricula@hotmail.com. Thank you in advance for any consideration.

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#656 Post by mark starr » Fri Jun 08, 2018 6:54 am

I am looking for engine 87007 It's a 616/2 1600 Super. Probably on the West Coast.

Thanks in advance for any help...........
 

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Re: Post Your For Sale/WTB Engine and Trans Numbers Here

#657 Post by Vic Skirmants » Fri Jun 08, 2018 9:33 am

Alex's speedster trans won't fit in your 63.

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Re: Post Your For Sale/WTB Engine and Trans Numbers Here

#658 Post by C J Murray » Fri Jun 08, 2018 10:05 am

This thread seems silly. Who is going to go through 44 pages of posts to hook up with their long lost engine or trans? This needs to be organized. A modified database that used the engine or trans number as a single point of reference which then lists an owner or seller or buyer tied to that single number would fix the problem. If you have a non-original engine in your car you could submit it as "owner" and maybe somebody would offer you enough to persuade you to sell or trade. You could submit a number as "seller" so that perspective buyers could make contact with the seller. You could submit your original number as a "buyer" and when the engine is about to be placed on the list by a seller they can contact you first.

The two lists, engine and transmission, should be visible to anybody in the club but the data input should be done by only one or two responsible people. Dates of the submissions should be listed. Members should act in a responsible manner and report all sales activities to lessen dead ends. It would be nice to see a data point that indicates when it was reunited to it's original car and what car that is.

I bet we could greatly improve the success rate of the intention of this silly thread.
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Re: Post Your For Sale/WTB Engine and Trans Numbers Here

#659 Post by James Davies » Fri Jun 08, 2018 10:33 am

CJ, last year an owner of a '55 Continental found the original engine case for his car from this thread. I had listed it, as it had been in my possession for 36 years. The car and motor got separated in Wisconsin, and the engine case eventually made its way to Scotland to be reunited with the car.

So this thread does work. Instead of lots of effort by moderators curating and updating a list, this allows free-form listing of engine numbers, and a simple Google search like the following:

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brings up my listing of this engine as the 1st and 2nd hit. So it can work pretty well.

Perhaps we should formalize the google search of the site via a link somewhere prominent? Google is almost always better at searching websites than any internally-built search function on a given website.

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Re: Post Your For Sale/WTB Engine and Trans Numbers Here

#660 Post by C J Murray » Fri Jun 08, 2018 12:27 pm

My mistake. Thank you for the explanation.
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