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Gonna make a dump run shortly... I have some of this on CL, but its free for TCNW guys. Get it before I junk it.

 

Stock flat hood off my car (nice condition, no dents!)

Rusty Rear Bumper off my car (not so nice condition- LOL)

Stock 454 Balancer (nice condition rubber ring)

BBC 3 groove Crank Pulleys

1966 Chevelle SBC front & rear stock springs 

1968 Chevelle Rear stock springs (really short) 

1968 chevelle cut stock front springs (pretty short with my bbc)

1964-67 Rear upper control arms (long)

1968-72 Rear Upper control arms (short) 

1968-72 Rear lower control arms (thick boxing plates welded on)

1968-72 Rear lower control arms (not boxed) 3 pairs!

Stock externally regulated alternator (almost new) 

68/69 style "smooth" metal body power steering pump (no pulley)

4x4 truck remote fill power steering pump

Stock power steering gear box(use it for a core exchange?)

 

 



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I'd take the hood and bbc balancer.

 

That being said, my hood is in usable shape so if someone needs a hood more, have at it. 



-- Edited by Bskredsvig on Thursday 1st of February 2018 04:22:59 PM

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Bskredsvig wrote:

I'd take the hood and bbc balancer.

 

That being said, my hood is in usable shape so if someone needs a hood more, have at it. 



-- Edited by Bskredsvig on Thursday 1st of February 2018 04:22:59 PM


 The hood is coming off this weekend, Assuming its replacement installs as expected- then you can have it. Sooner the better. I just want it gone. 

 

I'm working on some storage plans and having a hood sitting there is blocking the way.

 

If anyone wants any of that other stuff, speak up quick. i'm going to the dump tomorrow morning.



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Ya know, all that stuff is metal and recyclable....

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cobaltchev67 wrote:

Ya know, all that stuff is metal and recyclable....


... and they have a free drop off for metal recyclable stuff at the dump

 



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And if you have about 200# worth of steel, you could take it to Schnitzer in Woodinville and get $5 for it. National Scrap Price for Steel is supposed to be $135-205 per ton, but Schnitzer is only giving $50. Unless you have a lot of really heavy stuff, it just doesn't seem worth the hassle.

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Fair enough, our dump/transfer station doesn't do that down here that I know of....we have private metal recyclers all over around here.  However, you did say DUMP, not recycle. confuse

When one brings home a bit of scrap/leftover large copper wire from time to time you tend to think of it differently I suppose.



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