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Well, made it home without problems truck pulled it all just fine.









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Re: Attn: Shaggy and others, beater is home...

/me does his best homer impression

"mmm bigblock..."
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<font color=green>Cool man, looks like the body is in great shape! I assume that the whole reason that you got it was for the big block for the Willys, right? Let me know how much you want for that pulley/shipping for it
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Yeah, thats the reason I got it. But, seeing as the body is in such great shape and the front clip and hood are as well, there in my bed, you think I could sell just the rolling chassis? If so how much? I was going to take the 14 bolt FF rear out and sell that, but do you think I could sell the whole thing for more?

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Weeeee



Yeah, I know, bad picture, but I'm taking a lunch break and thats looking out my window down on the thing.

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<font color=green>Well, I would be very interested in the front doors and the front clip if they are straight and rust free, if you want to sell that stuff.[img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img]
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Well, it's headed to the junkyard on monday so whatever you want I'll sell it too ya[img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img]. After I get done tonight, I'll IM you if your on or I'll send you an email with a list of stuff I have.

Next question: I pulled the valve covers, intake, and oil pan off[img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img]. It's a 2 bolt main[img]images/icons/frown.gif[/img], but oh well, still works for what I want. Anyway, engine looks brand new inside[img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img]. Under the valve covers looked like brand new heads with a light oil film. New screw-in rocker arm studs and guide plates too[img]images/icons/cool.gif[/img]. Ok anyway, I looked up the casting number on the net and all it says is 113cc open chamber. Are these decent heads for performance? Or not? Heres some pics, notice how clean it is, especially the lifter valley[img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img]:















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<font color=green>Wow, that engine looks like it's in great shape! Too bad you're gonna have to rebuild it anyways, looks like you could just run it like that if you wanted to, but it wouldn't be the supercharged beast.

Do you have any pictures of the front clip? I would just have to figure out how to get it up here.
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ROAD TRIP FOR YOU![img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img] But thats kind of alot for the back of an S10[img]images/icons/crazy.gif[/img]. I'll dig them out of the back of the burban and take some pics. The doors look real good except they came from the factory with RV mirrors, the ones that stick way out so there are quite a few screw holes in them down lower. Only about 3/16" or so though. But you would have some filling to do. The fenders looked real good and the hood looks real good, just some surface rust and it's painted like 8 diff. colors[img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img]. I'll get some pics tonight.

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<font color=green>Yeah, I'll have to borrow my freinds flatbed if I do it. Is there any interior parts? I'd like to find some decent door panels if there were any included with it. Mine are pretty shot.
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