232 6 cyl. engine and trans. for sale.

I have a 66 Rambler American (my first car), with a 232 6 cyl. 2 bbl engine with automatic transmission. I am customizing the car and swapping engines and no longer need this one. It is the original engine and trans. ( the trans was rebuilt once.) Both work fine. they have around 85,000 miles on them. Vehicle was mostly garage kept and is still under a roof in Indiana. Anyone interested can contact me @ ITSMEBT@ATT.net.  Looking for offers.
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232 6 cyl. engine and trans. for sale.

If no one makes an offer, I'd be interested in the 2 barrel intake and
carb. I'm putting a '68 232 in my '65 American, but it has a one barrel
intake and carb.

On 01/09/2012 04:56 PM, Robert Turner wrote:
> I have a 66 Rambler American (my first car), with a 232 6 cyl. 2 bbl engine with automatic transmission. I am customizing the car and swapping engines and no longer need this one. It is the original engine and trans. ( the trans was rebuilt once.) Both work fine. they have around 85,000 miles on them. Vehicle was mostly garage kept and is still under a roof in Indiana. Anyone interested can contact me @ ITSMEBT@ATT.net. Looking for offers.
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232 6 cyl. engine and trans. for sale.

" From: Bruce
"
" If no one makes an offer, I'd be interested in the 2 barrel intake and
" carb. I'm putting a '68 232 in my '65 American, but it has a one barrel
" intake and carb.

get the linkage too! it's different than the 1bbl setup - the
throttle shaft turns the opposite way. and the air cleaner is also
different.

but the late '70s [with married exhaust like the '60s] and '80s [with
separate exhaust] setups have more even fuel distribution [think
mileage], and if you want more power there are several carb options,
starting with rebuilding the amc carter bbd with a mopar v8 bbd base
[larger venturii and maybe throttle plates too] to the mopar factory
bbd replacement holley to motorcraft carbs to the weber to a holley
tbi...

add a recurved hei dist...

ps. '60s and '70s blocks have thick enough walls to bore .125" over
and use jeep 4.0 pistons. i've even met someone who did it with a
290!

" On 01/09/2012 04:56 PM, Robert Turner wrote:
" > I have a 66 Rambler American (my first car), with a 232 6 cyl. 2 bbl
" > engine with automatic transmission.
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