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    1973.5 2.4T CIS longblock

    2.4 longblock for first year CIS
    $8500. Plus shipping from Sheridan, Wyoming 82801

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    6135179 for future search purposes.

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    That’s why there is clear picture with the number written on it.
    You must have nothing but time on your hands!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2.2S View Post
    That’s why there is clear picture with the number written on it.
    You must have nothing but time on your hands!
    John,
    If someone is doing a search for a specific engine (6135179) on this forum the only way they find it is if the engine number is "in print", just having a picture won't help in that search. Google tells me that this engine used to belong to Tom Oxner.

    Just my .02 in the liberal cesspool of Seattle.

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    That’s cool
    I will post numbers in the text from now on.
    Thanks Eric

    P.S.
    It does pay off. I just sold a 65 case to the owner of the car.

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    CIS T engines always have 7R/7R cases with small spigot bores, super desirable for tough engine builds not going to 2.7, or 2.7 if u want.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jesse-911E 1969 View Post
    6135179 for future search purposes.
    Thanks for posting.
    Peter Kane

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    Quote Originally Posted by 72targa View Post
    Thanks for posting.
    Always happy to help Peter!

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    Gee, and I thought I was difficult at Hi Speed.
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