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Projectjunkie

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This was a completed running driving small block Chevy 4 speed conversion, that then had the engine and tranny removed to go into an early camaro restoration, not an unfinished swap

the work seems to have been done by a local hotrod shop in the 90s or 2000s, and is decent quality fab work.

I'm told it has a Toyota supra rear end and axles, did not verify. Willwood masters for brakes and clutch.

has drive shaft

No title, Bill of sale only

Includes extra trim pieces, 2 or 3 cars worth, could be resold, or traded.

Good glass, no rust found, pretty straightforward project

$1200

I have small block ford engines, and a T5 from a 5.0 mustang that could be included for extra

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You really need to bring me this and that Chevy.
 
You really need to bring me this and that Chevy.

Well, this one could almost fit in a flat rate box:laughing:
the Chevy is a really cool solid truck, if you're willing to pay the shipping, I'll see what his absolute minimum is...
 
Well, this one could almost fit in a flat rate box:laughing:
the Chevy is a really cool solid truck, if you're willing to pay the shipping, I'll see what his absolute minimum is...


Well, put this on the back of that Chevy :flipoff2:
 
That was cheap for what it was man.

Funny thing, I had zero interest until I had a swarm, delivered it to the buyer, checked out his 36 Chevy street rod and his 2006 427 corvette....


I'll regret it in 15 years, but I'll put the money into building a shop, it is what it is:laughing:
 
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