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    found 1972 S engine number 6320890. Anyone looking for this one?
    Last edited by jmz; 02-07-2018 at 06:22 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eminence Gris View Post
    Has anyone seen 903465?
    I know that this post is old but engine #903460 has been found. If there is an interest please PM me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hotrod619 View Post
    I know that this post is old but engine #903460 has been found. If there is an interest please PM me.
    Hummm...

    I'm pretty sure 903460 is not 903465.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Beck View Post
    Hummm...

    I'm pretty sure 903460 is not 903465.
    Thanks for pointing that out

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    I'm assisting with the sale of a number of 911 and 914-6 engine cases that have been sitting for an unknown period of time. I'll do the best I can to answer questions and help in any way I can. The case numbers that are available are as follows:

    901238
    902626
    903460
    6105196
    6105471
    6106417
    6106542
    6106735
    6107812
    6108302
    6108725
    6109696
    6110554
    6112085
    6115016
    6117117
    6117282
    6117949
    6120354
    6120365
    6120574
    6120676
    6120687
    6122253
    6122741
    6122756
    6122762
    6122762
    6135950
    6210718
    6211614
    6218258
    6301632
    6301783
    Last edited by 72targa; 02-20-2018 at 06:12 PM. Reason: Split out of early engine numbers

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    What happened to Hotrod's post with the ginormous list of engine case numbers?


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    Frank,

    Peter and I conferred on this one.....

    He was brokering these engines for someone with no prices...

    The list will return on this thread (w/ the 73.5 and later in a separate thread)

    When he figures prices they'll start appearing on the "For Sale' forum...

    Again, his ginormous list will be back here soon....

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    Frank
    Maybe he saw your most super ginormous list and got an inferiority complex
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    67S gearbox 901/02 transmission #104487, is available & professionally rebuilt. Please, contact for details.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck Miller View Post
    Frank,

    Peter and I conferred on this one.....

    He was brokering these engines for someone with no prices...

    The list will return on this thread (w/ the 73.5 and later in a separate thread)

    When he figures prices they'll start appearing on the "For Sale' forum...

    Again, his ginormous list will be back here soon....

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