Jerzjer

1929 Chrysler 77 Engine and transmission

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1929 Chrysler 77 engine and transmission. Was running when pulled about 8 years ago. Complete engine with all parts. If it’s in the picture it for sale. Willing to sell separate parts. Let me know what you need or if you have any questions. 

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I’m in San Diego CA. I would like to get $600 for everything you see in the picture including the rolling stand. I will help with shipping if needed.

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Just a note....the 1929 was a Model 75 and the 1930 was a Model 77.

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Thanks I think it is actually a 1930 but it was built late 1929 so that is what is on the title. Thanks for the info. 

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Model 77 engine numbers from W1001 to W26976, so....1930 Model 77.

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It is the "W" before the numbers that make it a Model 77 engine. Also I think the 1929 75 had a vacuum tank, no fuel pump.

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Thank you for the information. I hope someone can use it or parts from it.  

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18 hours ago, Jerzjer said:

Thank you for the information. I hope someone can use it or parts from it.  

 

Was it pulled from a coupe or roadster ? 

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Hello,

I am looking to purchase a 1929 Chrysler model 75 engine, if anyone has one.

Thanks

LDY

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Interested in a 28 model 72? I think it was the same engine as the 29 model 75.

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The exhaust manifold looks strange for a '30 Chrysler I think. Did someone cast replacement manifolds?

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5 minutes ago, Tim Wolfe said:

The exhaust manifold looks strange for a '30 Chrysler I think. Did someone cast replacement manifolds?

Here is another Model 77 engine....same manifold....

 

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Thanks for all the information and interest on this engine. I would like to let you know it is not for sale anymore. It has found a new home. 

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