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#1 B1rdman

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Posted 12 March 2010 - 02:40 AM

I have a 1948 Lincoln in need of a full restoration.
Would like to trade for a running drivable old car of some brand.
I have most of the parts as i bought this car for the engine which
had been overhauled and lt set for 20 some years.
the under side seems to have been done, steering etc.
It has a new gas tank in it.
i have a engiene that is all apart, and for the right deal i have a
complete running V-12 that came out of my car.
has some blow by and uses oil, but it was good enough for me
until i got the rebuilt engine from the car i am trading, or possible sale.
the photos and parts lists i got from the party i bought the car from.

radiator possible hole in it
1 radio
windshield and back glass - ok
1 sets of chrome grills
3 extra fendors
trans & overdrive
1 sets instruments, radio, etc.
curved back glass
windshield clear no visible fog
bumpers
headlights
seats - door panels, etc.
brakes, wheel bearings and seals rebuilt. wheel cylinders
& master cylinder honed & new kits installed.
This was done 24 years ago
tie-rod & king pins ok.
If you want a real project this is it.

gene

turkey@cherokeetel.com

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Posted 12 March 2010 - 02:49 AM

i was told this when i bought it ,,brakes, wheel bearings and seals rebuilt. wheel cylinders
& master cylinder honed & new kits installed.
tie-rod & king pins ok.

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Posted 12 March 2010 - 03:06 AM

forgot to put in location. Colbert Oklahoma
about 70 miles north of Dallas Texas




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