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Old 07-03-2013, 10:45 AM   #1
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1936 pickup engine, trans, driveshaft and rear end, wire wheels

Posting this for my brother. Located in Marion, NC.

He's got an almost complete drivetrain for a 36 chevy truck he bought. 216 Engine, manual transmission, driveshaft and rear axle. Engine is complete minus intake, carb and exhaust. Trans looks to be redone and has a new clutch.

He has extra engine block and head that you can have as well.

$300 for engine and trans.

$150 for rear axle

$40 for driveshaft

$200 for set of (5) 17" 6 lug wire wheels

I can PM you his contact information.
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Old 12-10-2013, 09:28 PM   #2
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Re: 1936 pickup engine, trans, driveshaft and rear end, wire wheels

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Posting this for my brother. Located in Marion, NC.

He's got an almost complete drivetrain for a 36 chevy truck he bought. 216 Engine, manual transmission, driveshaft and rear axle. Engine is complete minus intake, carb and exhaust. Trans looks to be redone and has a new clutch.

He has extra engine block and head that you can have as well.

$300 for engine and trans.

$150 for rear axle

$40 for driveshaft

$200 for set of (5) 17" 6 lug wire wheels

I can PM you his contact information.
looking for a right rear fender 36
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Old 12-11-2013, 10:58 AM   #3
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Re: 1936 pickup engine, trans, driveshaft and rear end, wire wheels

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looking for a right rear fender 36

Sorry, no fenders. My brother and I did talk to a guy at the Charlotte Auto Fair from up in Ohio that was making fenders for these trucks from the factory tooling. Pretty spendy, but killer parts. I'll see if I can find him online...
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Old 12-11-2013, 05:17 PM   #4
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Re: 1936 pickup engine, trans, driveshaft and rear end, wire wheels

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Sorry, no fenders. My brother and I did talk to a guy at the Charlotte Auto Fair from up in Ohio that was making fenders for these trucks from the factory tooling. Pretty spendy, but killer parts. I'll see if I can find him online...
thanks a bunch for the reply and i would consider a tooled fender purchase if you happen to find the info
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Old 12-11-2013, 05:43 PM   #5
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thanks a bunch for the reply and i would consider a tooled fender purchase if you happen to find the info
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Pretty sure this is him...might be worth a call!

http://www.bowtiereproductions.com/index.html

Hope that helps!

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Re: 1936 pickup engine, trans, driveshaft and rear end, wire wheels

thanks very much
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Pretty sure this is him...might be worth a call!

http://www.bowtiereproductions.com/index.html

Hope that helps!

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Re: 1936 pickup engine, trans, driveshaft and rear end, wire wheels

My brother still has the 216 motor for $150.

He also has a set of 36 low cab truck doors with interior panels, window regulators and latches for $600
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My brother still has the 216 motor for $150.

He also has a set of 36 low cab truck doors with interior panels, window regulators and latches for $600
can i get some good pictures of the doors in out bottoms email is jziccarello@gmail.com
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Re: 1936 pickup engine, trans, driveshaft and rear end, wire wheels

Hey Jess. I will give my brother your email and he will get you some pictures soon.

Thanks
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Old 04-26-2014, 01:41 PM   #10
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Re: 1936 pickup engine, trans, driveshaft and rear end, wire wheels

Got a pic of the wire wheels
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Got a pic of the wire wheels
Sorry...I need to update. Wheels are sold
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