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DE and RE power units?

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eastfork

03-18-2012 06:03:06




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I found a DE and a RE (flathead engine?) power units in pasture. The De is missing some parts but i think most of the clutch and gearbox is there and the Re is complete as far as I can tell even the gas tank, hood, and radiator. They have been in a pasture for who knows long and the guy is asking $200 for the pair. What do you guys think?




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eastfork

03-18-2012 19:18:23




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 Re: DE and RE power units? in reply to eastfork, 03-18-2012 06:03:06  
I think i'll pick them up. i'd like to keep the de but would probably sell the re. I'll post it on here when i'm ready.



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C. Amick

03-18-2012 18:52:57




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 Re: DE and RE power units? in reply to eastfork, 03-18-2012 06:03:06  
If you decide that you don't want them, can post how we can contact the owner?



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Lamont

03-18-2012 10:47:41




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 Re: DE and RE power units? in reply to eastfork, 03-18-2012 06:03:06  
My opinion is at only $200 for the pair, he's giving you permission to steal them. Get them before he changes his mind.



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gtski

03-18-2012 08:35:32




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 Re: DE and RE power units? in reply to eastfork, 03-18-2012 06:03:06  
Where is this pasture? Can you find them in the dark? :>)



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SDLars

03-18-2012 07:53:43




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 Re: DE and RE power units? in reply to eastfork, 03-18-2012 06:03:06  
Take them home.



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