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GRSCAMARO 02-04-2011 07:15 PM

For Sale? 69 Camaro 307 Engine and Powerglide Only
 
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I am considering selling the 307 that came out of my 69 Camaro. I am pretty certain the heads have been replaced so some of the numbers matching quality is gone.

The engine last ran in March 2007 and has been stored in an air conditioned gargage. It has about 40k miles since a rebuilt in November 85 by the previous owner.

The engine is 100% complete and comes with all accessories including a Pertronics electronics ignition upgrade. I would rather sell it complete but will part it out if necessary. Shipping is not included in pricing. Local pickup would work best for the big stuff.

Complete engine: $600
Powerglide Transmission and Torque Converter: $150.00.

Parted out:
Engine less accessories: $250.00
2 Barrel Carburetor: $75.00
307 2 Barrel air cleaner: $50.00
Power steering pump with pully: $50.00
Power steering pump brackets: $25.00
Fan with clutch: $25.00
Alternator: $25.00
Alternator brackets: $25.00
Distributer with Pertronics module, Flame Thrower coil, cap and wires: $100.00
Exhaust manifolds: $100.00
Starter: $25.00

Prices are less than 50% of replacement parts listed in NPD or Rick's and these are the real deals not after market stuff.

Check out the pic. These parts are perfect for the person doing a factory restoration. I have gone too far down the "hot-rod" path to ever reinstall these items.

73camarolt 02-04-2011 08:39 PM

You got me excited! I thought it was a whole car haha

IROCanSS 02-04-2011 08:46 PM

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Originally Posted by 73camarolt (Post 2804666)
You got me excited! I thought it was a whole car haha

Me too!! :facepalm:

GRSCAMARO 02-04-2011 10:49 PM

Sorry folks. I did not do it on purpose and I can not change the title now.

2010 SSRS 02-04-2011 10:52 PM

my 71 Camaro had a 307 and that motor was awesome, good luck selling yours, those 307's last forever.

GRSCAMARO 02-04-2011 10:55 PM

I just saw that the edit function works on the Title too.

dwreynoldsjr 04-13-2011 09:20 AM

Is the Powerglide still available? I'm looking for a 1969 Powerglide from Norwood (19N5xxxxx) with a production number less than 40,530 (i.e. manufactured prior to November 1968).

Nasty1970 12-12-2011 03:15 PM

biggest paper weight in history!! lol My 1970 had a 307, I took it in for the iron scrap....so sad.

arod55 07-07-2012 03:40 PM

1969 Camaro
 
I went to a car show in Escondido, Ca. last night. and a guy had one for sale, what surpised me was it also had a 307 CI, I never realized that had put in 307's. It really sounded great, real quiet. Its a driver, the guy wants $20,000. :chevy:

M Miller69 07-08-2012 11:01 AM

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Originally Posted by Nasty1970 (Post 4153735)
biggest paper weight in history!! lol My 1970 had a 307, I took it in for the iron scrap....so sad.

I would say the Chevy 305 might have it beat in the biggest paper weight/ boat anchor Dept.


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