1. Heywodja

    Heywodja The Heartbeat Stops Here. FABO Gold Member

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      What year is that ?
       
    • Heywodja

      Heywodja The Heartbeat Stops Here. FABO Gold Member

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      looks like a 67-72 because it has the biscuit type motor mount pads but I am no expert. I think the 73 and up use a through bolt motor mount.
       
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      Cleaned and painted but the price is pretty steep.
      I've sold them at swap meets for less than half this price.
       
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      • 66 Valiant wagon

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        Shipping alone on that would prolly cost more than their selling price. HA.
        When I removed my 318 k member it was very heavy.
         
      • Dartnut

        Dartnut Don't hate me because i'm beautiful

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        You are almost correct with the exception that it would be from a '68 to '72 A-Body small block V8 car.
        The idler arm mount on a '67 is different.
        And you are right, the '73 and up used a spool mount K-Member.
         
      • Heywodja

        Heywodja The Heartbeat Stops Here. FABO Gold Member

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        I shipped one from east coast to my house in Texas, it was complete with all suspension and steering gear box, for 150.00 through fastenal. I bet some of those rust belt guys could use a clean non scraped or dented piece like this for a rotisserie or nice restoration.
         
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        • Jim Lusk

          Jim Lusk Well-Known Member

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          Bare K-member is a shade under 35 lbs. Last one I shipped was around $50.
           
        • Heywodja

          Heywodja The Heartbeat Stops Here. FABO Gold Member

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          That one would go great in one of your convertibles JIM
           
        • AndyF

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          I have a nice one that I've tried to sell locally for $200 without ever getting a single reply. I don't think the market is all that strong for these K frame. I've hauled this one to a couple of swap meets and nobody even makes an offer on it.
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          • Heywodja

            Heywodja The Heartbeat Stops Here. FABO Gold Member

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            oh well, no good deed goes unpunished
             
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            • Jim Lusk

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              The only one that still uses a small block k-member has a good one already...
               
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              That a 67?
               
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