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anybody in phoenix want a 169 flathead 6

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  • anybody in phoenix want a 169 flathead 6

    anyone in phoenix want a 169 flathead 6 block, head, crank, cam, rods, 4 of 6 pistons, oil pan, oil filter, trans mounting plate, ect.... all for free, but it needs to be picked up cannot ship. please reply to and ill give you my phone number to set up a pick up time. Eric

  • #2
    Not to hijack the thread, but I've got one up here in Bellingham, WA. Free to a good home.

    Dick Steinkamp
    Bellingham, WA


    • #3
      One here in central California. Was a runner but smoked a bit. May have quit now since it hasn't had a cigarette in at least 8 years![xx(] Uh - free to a good home.
      Oh yeah! 1952 vintage, from a Champion car.[^]

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      • #4
        Got the south covered. Have one here in Houston out of a 56 champion. Free to a good home. Not running.

        1956 Studebaker Pelham Wagon Houston, Texas
        Remember, \"When all is said and done. More is always said then ever done.\"


        • #5
          I'm just glad to see that you guys are all offering them to good homes, rather than scrapping them. One day, even the Champion Sixes will be so rare as to be desirable, so please don't anyone throw them away!

          Having said that, I don't personally have room for another, as I'll have a spare six with 109k miles on it lying around pretty soon (being replaced by a rebuilt Champion Six, though, in case you're wondering).


          1955 1/2 Ton Pickup
          The Red-Headed Amazon
          Deep in the heart of Texas

          Paul Simpson

          1955 1/2 Ton Pickup
          The Red-Headed Amazon
          Deep in the heart of Texas


          • #6
            Dick, Bigsy and the others,

            Given that these things don't weight too much, just pack them in the trunk of your car (or in the back of Pete) and bring them to South Bend. I will have a trailer there and will take them off your hands. [}]


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