I was looking for parts this evening and saw that a seller had stripped a very good MF10 for parts/profit. I kind of want one more and this just made me sick.
Would have been a good deal for me if the motor was blown as I have a HH100 that runs in the shed waiting and a mystery HH120 long block.mikebramel said:The cosmetics were outstanding. I didnt see the motor listed? Might have been the problem?
You shouldve bought the Nice 67 that was under $200
I know what you mean, when I came back from Vietnam Aug. 10,1967 I bought a Marina Blue 375HP 1967 SS396, my first new car. My ex-wife got the car....................sure wish I had that car back.Its like parting out a good 69 chevelle SS396 because the 396 is missing.
My first memories of cars as a child are in my dads 69 Chevelle SS396/375 4 speed. He said when I wouldn't sleep he would drive me around in it. That's how little I was, but the impression was strong. One should note be very careful what you expose a child to, at one time years later every vehicle I owned was powered by a fat block chevy. 40+ rat motors lay in wait in our private reserve. I even ended up working for General Motors Corporation. I tell the younger guys I was born in the gas crisis, but the tire smoke was still clearing at the intersections from the muscle car era. I even caught the last of the 2 stroke diesels. The world is so boring now.tinnern said:I know what you mean, when I came back from Vietnam Aug. 10,1967 I bought a Marina Blue 375HP 1967 SS396, my first new car. My ex-wife got the car....................sure wish I had that car back.