Right now there are no gasket sets generally available for the 206 and 220 overhead valve engines. Federal Mogul stopped making all 206/220 gaskets about three years ago. Victor Reinz dropped the same gaskets in early 2013. No amount of begging, or pleading, will get them to start up again. The company that holds the rights to the 206 head gasket tooling; offered it to me if I would make gaskets for them. I turned down the offer because I did not want to be locked in to being a job shop for a thankless huge corporation. The tooling for the original 220 gaskets was scrapped when McCord Gasket was swallowed. I also saw the quality, or lack thereof in the final gasket sets. I decided that making my own tooling would produce gaskets that actually fit the iron. The nice people at Charles City sold me iron prints and new CAD drawings were made. It took a while to find a shop that would make dies to cut the new materials specified. Absolutely no cork or straight paper was to be used. All the former cork gaskets were to be cut, or molded from butyl rubber. All former paper gaskets were to be cut from InterFace Solutions materials. I hate cork and paper gaskets. They shrink, rot, tear, and generally fail in short time. Most of the die shops ran like scalded dogs when the material specs came up.
On 15 January the bill was paid for tooling to make new gaskets; including new OEM type copper, fiber, steel head gaskets. I was promised that I would get the tooling proofs in sixty days. Right now I am holding my breath for the tooling and first samples. Hopefully there will be gaskets to pass around at the Cookport Pennsylvania and Rice Lake Wisconsin shows.
If you are in a hurry; I understand that the #10V13667 head gaskets are still available, for a while. Contact Welters Farm Supply 417-498-6496, Wendell Everett at 740-922-3335, Foland Farm Machinery at 308-254-3011, or drop me a line. I have a lot of loose 206/220 gaskets, but can not guarantee a full set, for a few more months. As far as oversize pistons, valves, guides, bearings, seals, etc; that stuff is on stock.