Later Ford and V8 parts!
Here are photos of some V8 and newer Ford parts. Let me know if you want a close up of something.
Assorted Ford brake linings NORS
V8 gaskets, 17 head and 9 intake.
HOLD CTRL + TO ZOOM IN! Dimmer Switch 8A-13532 in box so it SEEMS new but it is pretty dirty so?
Dimmer Switch looks like the same as above but definitely well used- both click when pushed,
Wohlert front spring hanger set 35-40 Ford, NEW and seems complete but lots of surface rust,
Monmouth King Bolt set – Ford 19xx? In pencil – NEW, looks complete,
FORD 21A-3111 Spindle Bolt and Bushing Kit - SOLD!,
Clutch Chatter Kit – all Ford V-8 – NEW,
Main Bearing- Federal Mogal 9800-CA STD, NEW,
Transmission Roller Bearing Hyatt, pencil says “1936 Ford truck tranny” – NEW,
Water Pump cast ?8-8505? Seems new but is painted Dark Green so it must be used? Not really rusty inside and turns nice but it’s so dirty its hard to tell what it’s condition is.
There is a grease fitting on the opposite side from the 1/8” slotted plug,
2 more Water Pumps similar to above but definitely well used- one is even froze and won’t spin,
Large Water Pump – maybe useless as it is rusted fast and won’t turn. (core?)
Ford 59A-12106 8 cyl distributor terminal – SOLD!,
Ford 59A-12105 Distributor Cap - SOLD!,
Aluminum Distributor body stamped on bottom MRRR, cast #35513, filthy but doesn’t look very well used if used at all, points are stamped “FORD”,
5 each assorted rotors and parts, all used and dirty – condition unknown,
2 each Short coils ,–
One still has an installation tag so really seems to be NEW but has NO script and the contact spring is much stiffer than some others?,
The other coil has a FORD script but is dirty and definitely used – condition unknown,
3 each Tall coils- no Script or mfg name evident,
1 with the box looks NEW, the carbon contact is still in a separate envelope,
The second is shelf worn but seems as if it could still be new and unused?,
The third is definitely a “take-off” and is filthy and dirty,
3 each aluminum V-8 distributor housings – one with coil attached – these are a “pig in a poke” dirty and nasty – condition definitely unknown.
Fuel pumps, thermostats, water pump, some NOS
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