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Invectivus

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I don't know if it's best to have a single thread, things get lost, but I'll try it to keep the forum clean.

I have a 1965 convertible falcon, mostly stripped down (no engine/trans) rusted convertible gusseting underneath, floorboards are probably worse than they look. Radiator support is rusted out (have a spare cut off a donor) and the engine bay sheet metal should be replaced as well. I have the stock 170/three on the tree, but you don't want it. I was going to put my crossflow in it, but after 14 years it looks like it's never going to happen. I'm looking at $4000

I have a reasonably complete Aussie crossflow (no dizzy I believe) with a BW40 automatic. I believe I have one wiring harness and two computers, and a T5 bell housing as well. Last I checked it was out of an 87 car, I think it had the better head on it. I'm not interested in splitting it up at this point, $1000

I've got two American 250 blocks, I think 40 over, one with shiny bores, one with good cross hatch. Haven't checked taper yet, but don't recall any ridge at the top of the cylinder. $200 each.

I have two 250 cranks, I think stock. $100 each

I have a American 250 long block I was told was 'freshened up' with new rings. Probably BS, but it's painted. $500

I have one fixed valve train and several adjustable assemblies. $100 for fixed, $150 for adjustable.

I'll add stuff when I get back out there, take some measurements and pictures.
 

flatford6

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I would like to look at your Falcon parts at your convenience. My name is Richard. I'm located in Gilroy, phone number 1-408-671-3545
 

flatford6

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I don't know if it's best to have a single thread, things get lost, but I'll try it to keep the forum clean.

I have a 1965 convertible falcon, mostly stripped down (no engine/trans) rusted convertible gusseting underneath, floorboards are probably worse than they look. Radiator support is rusted out (have a spare cut off a donor) and the engine bay sheet metal should be replaced as well. I have the stock 170/three on the tree, but you don't want it. I was going to put my crossflow in it, but after 14 years it looks like it's never going to happen. I'm looking at $4000

I have a reasonably complete Aussie crossflow (no dizzy I believe) with a BW40 automatic. I believe I have one wiring harness and two computers, and a T5 bell housing as well. Last I checked it was out of an 87 car, I think it had the better head on it. I'm not interested in splitting it up at this point, $1000

I've got two American 250 blocks, I think 40 over, one with shiny bores, one with good cross hatch. Haven't checked taper yet, but don't recall any ridge at the top of the cylinder. $200 each.

I have two 250 cranks, I think stock. $100 each

I have a American 250 long block I was told was 'freshened up' with new rings. Probably BS, but it's painted. $500

I have one fixed valve train and several adjustable assemblies. $100 for fixed, $150 for adjustable.

I'll add stuff when I get back out there, take some measurements and pictures.
 
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