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12-11-2002 17:12:06

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I've found a pair of B's near home and was wondering what they're worth. One is complete but has some water in the oil. The other is complete except for the rear tires.One is asking 300 and the other is asking 50. If the engines or transmissions arent completely shot, can a fellow go wrong buying these? Thanks,David

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Justin Ny

12-12-2002 17:00:15

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 Re: AC B's in reply to david, 12-11-2002 17:12:06  
David, I would buy them in a heartbeat you will not lose money,make a good 1 out of both then part the other out! My $.02 Justin NY

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Dennis Benson

12-11-2002 19:40:18

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 Re: AC B's in reply to david, 12-11-2002 17:12:06  
You can't go wrong at those prices. I would hope the water in the oil is rain water or condensation, but I would expect the block is cracked between the sleeves. The second block increases your chances of getting a good block to rebuild.

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12-12-2002 14:37:15

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 Re: Re: AC B's in reply to Dennis Benson, 12-11-2002 19:40:18  
that is a steal

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12-11-2002 18:05:03

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 Re: AC B's in reply to david, 12-11-2002 17:12:06  
Buy them

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D Brown

12-13-2002 12:53:12

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 Re: Re: AC B's in reply to Tom, 12-11-2002 18:05:03  
if the block is cracked. a goog machine shop can repair it. but you must look for a machine shop that is like the old black smith shops.

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