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Old July 10th, 2015, 09:51 AM
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I have a blown-up 3.5 attached to the 4 speed transmission that came from an '84 110. I would love to not have in my orchard any longer, besmirching the appearance of my apple trees. And it would be considerably less than $2k. Or $1k. Maybe even less that $500.
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I have a blown-up 3.5 attached to the 4 speed transmission that came from an '84 110. I would love to not have in my orchard any longer, besmirching the appearance of my apple trees. And it would be considerably less than $2k. Or $1k. Maybe even less that $500.
Un-mate it from the tranny and build the coffee table of your dreams! Standard 750ml wine bottles should still fit the 3.5 cylinder bank, so you are actually ahead! ;-) And that would be worth more than $500!
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If you truck is in Europe, I can get you the Original type engine and install it prior to shipping. It will make the process go much smoother.
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Old July 11th, 2015, 08:35 AM
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