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- Roadster Newby
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- Location: North Carolina
I don't have documentation but it looks great. I put a scope down the cylinders and took a look at everything including the valves and it looks very clean.
The engine is only missing the alternator (although I have an alternator from a different engine that just came back from a professional rebuild. It worked fine, but I had new bearings and brushes and the whole thing refurbished). I also have the 5 speed tranny, drive shaft and Diff with axels and the finned rear drums.
My question is, will I have a better shot at selling the individual bits or sell it as a set? I'm new to the Roadster world.
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1969 2000 solex mine since 1972, under resurrection. 1969 Porsche 911s -worth more, but not as valuable!
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Pending installs: SS brake lines, Stan Stealth Dizzy, Denso TT plugs
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67.5 SPL F/Prod Race Car
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69 SRL Project
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