Had an idea the other day. Why don't we all clean out some of our garages and feel good while doing it? I know I'm not the only one that's been holding on to a bunch of parts I thought I would use for some project. All you've got to do is just list what you've got and let someone else claim it. Receiver pays shipping, that's it.Got some Arizona rust-free sheet metal lying around? Show some love to the folks in wetter climates. That factory wiring harness you pulled out and stuffed in a box somewhere? Get rid of it. Cool trim piece you found at a local swap meet and don't have the car to go with it? Maybe someone up here does. Don't want to bother returning, ebaying, or craigslisting it? Put it up here.Let me start this off with everything I've been stumbling over in my garage for the past two years.1 Dirty (but functional) Edelbrock Performer manifold for SBC.1 Pair (2) hand-ported factory 305 SBC heads w/ valves and maybe some other things.Asst. SBC 305 rotating assembly parts (crank and such).Entire factory A/C setup from a 2nd gen camaro.Some Summit Racing SBC cam (pretty tame, but NEW IN BOX w/ lifters!).1 Rusty, but straight, 14" chevy rally wheel (has the little trim windows too).1 Pair (2) fab'ed aluminum valve covers for perimeter bolt SBC (never installed).Probably some other crap too once I get to cleaning this place out. Feel free to list what you've got. If you want something I have, let me know.
I wouldn't mind that Edelbrock manifold for a sbc I'm trying to put together.Stuff I have:CC Q-Jet from an Olds 307Olds 307 minus a few parts that have been spoken for...like main caps & oil fill tubefactory sbc 4bbl intake, numbers correct for 1970 C10
The manifold is for standard heads FYI. PM me an address and we'll work out the shipping . What else do you have for that 307? I just put a 350 olds in my car.