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i was talking to year one today and these came up he figures the middle of the month they should be available . but they always say that .
For how much?..
we did not discuss price . i ordered a wiring harness and it got lost , found and sent back to them .
I just asked because that I thought it would pretend well to the Op's question..
$100 If they don't sell for that price he op can always go lower!
Sell them for what you have into them. That “could be” a very fair price.
This is sage advice coming from a guy who probably suspects I have nothing into them! :-/ which is the case! . Actually hard to say exactly what I have into them, it was part of a ‘parts lot’ buy. You know how that goes, that I know I seriously want to sell these to a friend for fair market value probably minus 20 or 30 bucks but I sure am getting hammered on this site. I’m pretty sure they are 1969 vintage. At least the ones on the blue swinger I had were just like it and when I had to bolt the motor and trans into the car at 9:30 at night for the guy to load it onto his trailer it all fit like a glove. Thanks G, S
I just found this on the internet and it says B or E body. Looks like thats what they could be for. Still be nice to have a value. I’m no good at pricing stuff. I usually just buy! Lol
Well if they are available new aftermarket...30-40% of new would be my price.
And once again the op was told what they were and refused to believe it and argued about it. Kim
And insulted those who tried to help.
I paid $75 for a real nice pair of 340 mounts that were bead blasted and primed. Came with brand new Mancini insulators. And a set of pulleys (crank and water pump) for a manual steering car.
Like I said . You don't know what you have. If your selling them to a local person for his 69 swinger or A-body. He'll be mad when he goes to drop the motor in. If you accept $100 I'll take them and double my money . Now do you see what I mean why I wasn't telling you there value. Maybe you should have asked what are these for? You would have gotten far more informative answers. You were adamant that you knew what you had and wouldn't accept any information from others without being sarcastic. They will not fit an A-body. Get lost!
More than $100 would be a rip to me. AND you're selling them to a buddy. Give em to him for $50 and call it good. You may need something from him one day.
You’re totally wrong dude. You’ll notice anyone WHO ACTUALLY put a value on them, I thanked The rustyrat guy, and old man Mopar has yet to do that, and seem to get pleasure in just stirring up the pot, and have been NO help what so ever, and now your crappy comment can be added to the list of people posting on here who added no value to this post at all. Why don’t you go back to selling some of your over priced crap and leave this post alone.
i saw these late last night, they are reconditioned original mounts. I’ll use them as a gauge, thanks.
u asked for a value on A body mounts as in ur pics. Which u obviously don’t have and has been pointed out to u many times. Still u refuse to believe it. U have it in ur head that they are A body mounts. They are absolutely not. I’m glad I never sold u any parts earlier this year as u are certainly not worthy of them. Kim
Thank you very much, you got me searching in the right direction. Yep 66-72 B body and correct for 70-71 E body mounts. (Also will do 72-74 E) This is the kind of help that is appreciated instead of all the ridicule that many enjoy laying down. Now I can confidently price these out for my friend who is stock piling parts for his business. And engine builder who often has to supply extra parts for his customers. Thanks Mr. Sinister!!
Wow, you must have found great satisfaction in knowing what they were for and keeping that info all to yourself! Good job. Maybe you should follow the lead of sinister and actually try to help. You don’t know who I was selling them too or what they wanted them for. You probably won’t read the other posts to find out that he was buying them to stock pile for future use so I’ll tell you that here. Thanks for nothing.....
It was pointed out to u many times b 4 I posted. Yes I did read the whole thread. I’ll help u out with pics so u know what a real 340 A body mount is. 340 A body mounting brackets. Kim
I would say on this sight they are worth about $50. Now on and e-body site you would get $100. Put them on E-bay and list them as Six Pack 340 AAR Cuda or T/A challenger which they would fit. You would probably get the most money . They are E-body or B-body 340 or 360 brackets. Actually the left side only because the right side are all the same for the LA engine. Oh another thing I am "oldmanmopar". there is also a "Old man mopar" I am the trouble maker but the younger better looking of the two. LOL
Yep, those are B/E brackets. The orientation of the biscuit holes is different on B/E from the A's. The B/E are closer to the rear block ear, A's to the front. Compare the non winged one to the wide width one in pic from kimmer. The pass side is different from an A as well, Try selling them on FBBO FEBO They are not correct for an A body and Kimmer posted good pics of correct A body pieces.
So now as it turns out my friend that I was going to sell them too for around $50 said he doesn’t really need them and prefer’s to stock pile A bodies ones instead and has said I should just sell them elsewhere as I could easily get a $100 for them, and he wants me to make more. Good friend. So, I guess I will clean them up well and sell them online somewhere. Thanks