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Just trying to find another home for the leftovers of my 63 Catalina. I have the rear brake cables left over from the Wilwood install. The foot vents that came out because I needed the cavities for other things. They have good rubber on the flaps and good chrome on the knobs. The 389 with a bad rod and the Roto Hydramatic / Slim Jim whatever you want to call it. The trans only has 45,000 original miles on it, it shifts as good as any I have driven and it is perfect for a rebuild as it has never been apart.

If someone needs it you are welcome to it. This is the honor system guys I would like to give this to someone who needs it not someone that wants to pick it up for resale. I will ship the vents and cables if you are willing to pay for the shipping. Engine and trans local pick up only, I can help load it.

I just need to clean up and hate to throw something away that someone else needs

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Nope still have the 389, the heads were made unleaded friendly by Valley Head Service and the Roto Hydro is still bolted to it.. They are the early 6 bolt intake manifold. been setting in the weather so the heads may need to be disassembled and derusted. the engine has a bad rod and probably crank pin but it is a rebuildable core

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