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post #1 of (permalink) Old 09-11-2002, 06:17 PM Thread Starter
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A guy told me he has some kind of old jeep chassis that he needs to get rid of, but I don't know enough about Jeeps to know if any of the parts are worth anything. He says it has a D44 rear, D27 closed knuckle, D17 t-case, and some unknown transmission that fits some oddball engine - 327 with the starter on wrong side??????? Does any of that sound interesting? [img]images/icons/crazy.gif[/img]
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Some of the old Full-Size Jeeps ran that drivetrain. It could be a Gladiator pick-up frame.... The engine was a 327 but not the Chevy version.
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I agree with Sycho. probably an old full size jeep. the tranny is probably a t90. good stuff to make into an older jeep. reliable and proven. it isnt rockcrawler material, but if you want to have a reliable jeep, then this is a good start.

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I didn't mean parts for me - I wondered if any of YOU were interested! [img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img][img]images/icons/wink.gif[/img] I don't want a Jeep - I'm happy with what I have, and he's got a lifted '94 F-150 4WD. He doesn't want much for the whole thing, but he'll part it out, too.
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well if its a T90 I just sold a very good one on Ebay a while back and only got 20 bucks for it. They are not worth much any more
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I would like a little more info on the 150 if you have it. I am looking for a truck to get me through the winter, and my Jeep build up. How much does he want for it, is it in "OK" shape to get around in? Some info would be good.
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The F-150 is his daily driver - he's not selling it. The old jeep doesn't have a body or engine and I think he wants less than $300 for all of it.
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Re: Parts vehicle ?

It's possible that the rear dana 44 is a late 60's early 70's with 5x5-1/2" bolt pattern and 30 spline shafts. Also 11" drum brakes. The dana 27 isn't much use though. The transfer case could be a dana 20 and the trans could be a T15.
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