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Username Post: Drivetrain        (Topic#366058)
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Reg: 07-28-21
08-09-21 10:38 AM - Post#2824804    

Hello Colton Brown here I was wondering if on the drivetrain on a 1953 Chevy belair like the rear end motor and transmission what would it be worth to resale or what they normally run I’m converting mine to a v8 thanks colton

Edited by Tony on 08-09-21 11:11 AM. Reason for edit: Moved post to correct forum


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08-09-21 01:01 PM - Post#2824810    
    In response to coltonbrown53

Condition and location will determine most of the value. I've got a couple that were given to me and taken out of running vehicles. 3 speed or Powerglide?

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08-10-21 07:42 PM - Post#2824909    
    In response to coltonbrown53

This is a perfect example of why you should add your location to your profile.


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08-11-21 04:49 AM - Post#2824918    
    In response to coltonbrown53

I removed a complete drive train with Powerglide, rear end, and complete front suspension with intact steering sector. Couldn't give any of it away. It all eventually went to the recyclers. I felt bad about it, I thought that somebody, somewhere, would have needed some of those parts but, at the time, no such luck.

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Loc: Phoenixville< PA
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08-11-21 08:22 AM - Post#2824926    
    In response to coltonbrown53

If you are somewhere close to Southeastern Pa I would be interested in the rear.


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08-16-21 08:12 AM - Post#2825278    
    In response to coltonbrown53

I pulled my tired stock 235 out of my 52 Chevy, in order to install a modified 235. Not having much room in my garage I listed it on Craig's List for $450. and got a half a dozen calls within a couple of days. The guy that bought it showed up with cash and a truck. I gave him the HEI distributor, I didn't need since I had a new one. Selling the complete drive train could be a problem. Again it all depends where you live? Good luck with the sale.



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