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mellePosted - 20 Sep 2019 : 21:52:31
A while ago I bought some NOS engine parts with the plan of building a new engine for my 95. However, I realised I have too many projects...

Below block and timing gear cover came from an engine that was used by a Ford dealership as a parts engine. In other words: it was assembled, but has never been run as far as I was told.

The timing cover comes with the intermediate plate, all bolts and it has a water pump fitted as well (no backplate though).

I'm asking 150 for it,collected from Bath






Block scrapped because the original caps were missing, so no longer available...




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mellePosted - 23 Sep 2019 : 22:14:10
I thought a bit more about it, and concluded Alex is absolutely right. The block went to the scrap yard this morning. Timing cover still for sale!

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mellePosted - 22 Sep 2019 : 22:49:40
I got the block without the caps. I guess they are line bored?

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AlexWPosted - 22 Sep 2019 : 22:32:58
No good without the main caps, what happened to them?

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