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Looking for a 235 that needs a new home
#1423457 Thu Sep 09 2021 09:23 PM
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I’m looking for a late model 235 engine with high position fan to replace my worn out, original 216. I also need a 3-speed transmission, and if it’s attached then all the better. Both need to be running/working and not in need of an overhaul. So, if you’ve replaced your 235 with a 350 V8 and still have the 235 on an engine stand taking up room in your shop or garage I’d like to give it a new home in my 1950 half ton. I’m willing to drive a reasonable distance from San Antonio to get it, otherwise we can work together to get it shipped or hauled.

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Chuck
1950 Chevy 1/2 ton (all original)
1951 Chevy 1/2 ton (future streetrod)
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1938 Chevy coupe streetrod
Re: Looking for a 235 that needs a new home
Spotbiltxo #1423960 Tue Sep 14 2021 01:59 PM
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FYI, ‘55-‘62 all had the lower positioned, longer shafted water pump. You would need a ‘54 or older to get the higher position water pump. There are other options for the later model 235’s in which I just posted about [HERE].

Last edited by Phak1; Tue Sep 14 2021 02:00 PM.

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