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Author Topic: 289 HiPo Cobra engine assembly for late cobra's, $4600.  (Read 469 times)
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« on: November 08, 2017, 05:15:13 PM »

Date coded 4-j-30
Perfect fit in a late 289 cobra;
Std bore C5 block, C4 date code on block, std crank.
Packaged;
complete #19 heads with chrome valve covers.
complete long block, crank, rods pistons, cookie cutter, crank, balancer, oil pan, balancer pulley
alum water pump, c5 >C, left ex manifold, balancer pulley, water pump pulley.

The engine is still all intact.
Could not move it around enough to get date codes >>> BUT unit consec # stamped into the block, K11973x.
Should be easily deciphered until I get it out in the morning.

No distr, no intake, no flywheel, no motor mounts.

I have known about it sitting, as pulled and running, for over 30 years in the corner of an old garage.

Better hurry, at $4600. obo >> it should be gone rather quickly.
Pick up only, 62355, Illinois.
Best regards,
John
motorcarinvestments@gmail.com

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Is this the first futuristic Exotic Supercar in the world.
No higher, longer, heavier or wider than a AC Cobra.

http://www.harrisspeedster.com/harris.html
http://www.autopuzzles.com/forum/index.php?topic=11958.0
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« Reply #1 on: November 09, 2017, 01:47:52 AM »

FYI,
Being that this is a C5XX block I would suspect that it utilizes a 6-bolt bell housing, the only late or otherwise Cobras would be the 289 Cobras equipped with an automatic transmission, all others received 5-bolt bellhousing be it a 260 or a 289 Cobra.

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« Reply #2 on: November 09, 2017, 07:33:23 AM »

FYI,
Being that this is a C5XX block I would suspect that it utilizes a 6-bolt bell housing, the only late or otherwise Cobras would be the 289 Cobras equipped with an automatic transmission, all others received 5-bolt bellhousing be it a 260 or a 289 Cobra.

Plus some COX and COB cars completed in the UK received 6 bolt engines.

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