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FlaCJ 03-11-2004 09:51 PM

What to Pay for Motorcraft 2100
 
I have the opurtunity to buy a used MC 2100 that has not been rebuilt. Seems like it is in good shape. How much is it worth.
TIA Brandon

greyj 03-11-2004 11:15 PM

Re: What to Pay for Motorcraft 2100
 
i paid $45 Canadian for the carb, and another $30 for the rebuild kit from a ford dealer...didn't replace it, but a new float was $10 at NAPA...

Jeeper99xj 03-11-2004 11:19 PM

Re: What to Pay for Motorcraft 2100
 
I wouldn't pay more than $50 or $75 for a used "junk yard" carb. I personally wouldn't pay 1/2 that but know of some better deals than most folks. I went on a quest for 1 at the junk yard and had no luck. I kept finding 83 and newer fords which were computer controled carbed or FI

MarineOpLaw 03-11-2004 11:26 PM

Re: What to Pay for Motorcraft 2100
 
I'd concur w/ greyj; $35-50 for a used, but good condition one needing a rebuild. As well, I paid similiar prices for rebuild kit and new float.

MC2100's appear on eBay all the time, but I'd suggest you can get a better price from a U-Pull-It type junkyard.

mbalbritton 03-12-2004 07:07 AM

Re: What to Pay for Motorcraft 2100
 
Dang man, you boys must be rich. I wouldn't pay more than $20 for a Junkyard MC2100. Hell, they are so common, my local junkyards only wanted $20.

Grapehead 03-12-2004 07:19 AM

Re: What to Pay for Motorcraft 2100
 
yeah i got one for $20 off ebay and the rebuild kit was $13 at advance.

greyj 03-12-2004 09:56 AM

Re: What to Pay for Motorcraft 2100
 
i guess it depends on availability...i don't have that many yards around here, and i'm not driving 2-3 hours (next closest city) for a part like that...as for the rebuild kit - stealership was the best deal at $30...NAPA was VERY proud of their ability to cut paper ($70)...a number of places in town here couldn't even get one, and that was with me providing the tag number...and don't even talk to me about jets...they come in the rebuild kit, and you get what you get and you like it...want to try rejetting, and you're SOL for a local supply around here...

ecamp55 03-12-2004 10:02 AM

Re: What to Pay for Motorcraft 2100
 
I paid 20.00 a couple of weeks ago for mine at a u-pull-it, and I didn't even have to take it off. The guy showerd me his back room full of carbs on shelves and told me to find what I wanted.

mangu43 03-12-2004 07:19 PM

Re: What to Pay for Motorcraft 2100
 
yeah, 20$ That's what I paid for the one I pulled of a waggy. Although I paid over $20 dollars for the rebuild kit at advance too? Hmm, regional markup maybe? Counterboy scoring a few extra dollars?

littlejohn85 03-12-2004 08:11 PM

Re: What to Pay for Motorcraft 2100
 
'Round here pic a parts are charging $25-35 for a carb. Rebuild kits from $15-30 depending on where you get it from. Hence investment could run between $40-$60 PLUS the time to drive to the yard, find the carb (hopefully a 1.08), remove it, take it home, rebuild it, and hope it works. $99 buys you a factory rebuild at Autozone.

Just a thought

John


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