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Anyone need a 259 and FOM cheap?

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  • Anyone need a 259 and FOM cheap?

    Guy on eBay is parting a '59 Lark. He's listed the 259 block (with crank and cam still in) and the Flight-O-Matic (minus converter and flex plate), both starting bids of .99 ($20 to palletize and ship). Here are the listings: - engine - trans

    I thought hard about this one... then I thought about how hard my wife would smack me Anyone need a cheap engine?


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    I once sent a '51 Champ truck engine & OD transmission from VA to UT, so I know what it would cost to bring that back!

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      Thanks for the heads up!

      I'm in Denver, and the parts car would eb great for my '60 hardtop.

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