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I have the following all for sale. If no price is listed, make an offer. Pics available on request.
-97 V6 Tbird MAF, intake tube, and stock airbox top
-2 stock SC/5.0 tbird intake tubes
-One stock SC fluid filled motor mount in good shape
-SC thermostat housing, not warped, no leaks
-SC cam retaining plate and cam bolt
-89 SC 5-speed stock cam
-3 stock SC crank pulleys
-Stock used 94/95 SC harmonic damper, rubber in good condition, no cracking or swelling
-3 early style SC inlet plenums, one with factory EGR block-off plate
-3 stock SC heads, $50/head or $75 for a pair plus shipping
-94 SC timing cover with oil pump, $100 shipped
-2 SC fuel rails, one from an 89 and one from a 94
-2 SC intercooler shrouds
-One set of 8 19# EV6 injectors from a late model 4.6 $20 shipped
-2 4.6 Coil packs, known good, $20 shipped each
-Early 4.6 belt tensioner
-Early 4.6 water pump pulley
-96+ Crown Vic 4.6 inlet elbow
-89-93 SC crank and rods. Rods all in good shape. Crank could use to be turned .010"
-89-93 SC crank sensor mounting bracket, with bolts
-89-95 driver's side corner light, good shape, $25 shipped
-89/90 Cougar header panel with clear aftermarket headlights, lights were only on the car for less than a year before it was parted out, $50 picked up only, or $50 plus shipping for the lights only.
-89/90 right side switch bezel
-91/92 right side switch bezel
-89-93 info center/maintenance monitor
-Tbird/Cougar hood struts
-SC coolant hoses going to and from oil cooler
-2 sets of 4.6 Romeo valve covers
-one set of black sunvisors for a sunroof car, could use to be recovered
-2 sets of ARC covers, $30 shipped per pair
-2 ARC actuators
-3 SC dipstick tubes, one early with dipstick, one late with dipstick, and one late without dipstick
-94 Grey passenger side airbag
-94 SC exhaust manifolds, with EGR tube, $100 shipped
-2 SC intake manifolds
-Stock SC blower top
-Stock SC upper and lower intercooler tubes
-2 Stock SC return plenums
-1 SC return plenum modified to work with FMIC piping, $50 plus shipping
-Stock SC jackshaft pulley
-Stock SC power steering pulley
-SC power steering pump
-3 SC alternators, all known good
-1 SC accessory bracket
-1 89-93 SC jackshaft and AC bracket. Tab for DIS module was broken off welded back on
-4.6 tbird left motor mount w/ brackets
-CVPI aluminum driveshaft, missing front yoke, $50 plus shipping
-2 known good SC cam synchronizers with sensors, $25 shipped each
-95 Tbird 4.6 ECM, $50 shipped
-Ford 302 ARP head bolt set, missing 1 long bolt (replacement bolt is $6 from summit racing)
-2 M5R2 engine plates
-4.6 power steering pump with pulley
-4.6 tbird power steering reservoir
-96/97 3.8 tbird tubular exhaust manifolds
-early style SC valve covers
-SC oil pan
-Stock early SC supercharger case and rotor pack, no snout.
-1 set of 93+ spindles and calipers, $75 plus shipping
-Ford paintable satellite radio antenna, new in box, $50 shipped.
 

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How bad are the sun visors? and what exactly is a M5R2 engine plate? the cover that goes between the block and trans?
 

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I'll take some pics when I get home. They aren't horrible, but the material is worn through in a few spots. And yes, the engine plate is what goes between the trans and the block.
 

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Ouch, those visors are pretty rough. How hard is it to recover them? Are they the plastic version or the cardboard ones I've heard about?
 

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-99 Lincoln Continental "C" heads, with cams $200 plus shipping
-Continental B intake to C head adapters

MadMikeyL, would you give me a total with shipping to 37748?



EDIT: what do you want to get for the arc actuators? I want to see if there's a way to adapt them with my konis. I realize no electronics.

I don't want to take them from someone who wants to fix an SC; sell to an SC guy first.
 

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Let me figure out how much those heads weigh and how much shipping will be, and I'll get back to you. As for the ARC actuators, I just went out and took a look at an ARC actuator, and one of the Koni shocks that I have waiting to be installed, and I seriously doubt it would work. The adjuster on the Konis sticks out of the top of the shock, whereas the SC shocks have it recessed. The SC adjuster is also much smaller than the Koni one, so the hole in the actuator is way too small to work with the Koni. Also the SC shocks don't have any resistance turning them, but the Konis do, so I don't think the ARC actuator will even have enough power to turn the adjuster on the Koni shock. I haven't had any other interest in them yet, so it isn't like you are taking them out of the hands of someone who needs them for their SC, but I don't want you to think it is going to be that easy. I'll tell you what, in addition to the 4 I listed, I also have 2 spares that I am keeping for myself. If you want, I'll send you 1 with the heads, and if you can make it work, I'll sell you the other 3, and if not, just mail it back to me?
 

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Let me figure out how much those heads weigh and how much shipping will be, and I'll get back to you. As for the ARC actuators, I just went out and took a look at an ARC actuator, and one of the Koni shocks that I have waiting to be installed, and I seriously doubt it would work. The adjuster on the Konis sticks out of the top of the shock, whereas the SC shocks have it recessed. The SC adjuster is also much smaller than the Koni one, so the hole in the actuator is way too small to work with the Koni. Also the SC shocks don't have any resistance turning them, but the Konis do, so I don't think the ARC actuator will even have enough power to turn the adjuster on the Koni shock. I haven't had any other interest in them yet, so it isn't like you are taking them out of the hands of someone who needs them for their SC, but I don't want you to think it is going to be that easy. I'll tell you what, in addition to the 4 I listed, I also have 2 spares that I am keeping for myself. If you want, I'll send you 1 with the heads, and if you can make it work, I'll sell you the other 3, and if not, just mail it back to me?
Sounds great; If I figure out how to make it work, I'll post it up. :) I'm cool with sending it back.

I'll at least post info on the connections and whatever specs I can figure out, before I send it back.

I realize the heads are heavy to ship; but the more I read, and port on these B heads, the more I realize I want C heads...

I'd just like a "gravel road" button for the konis, lol.

I'd recommend the sport springs for the Konis; the Ratio F/R CrystalPistol posted worked great for me, and the stance is nice.

And they're stiff as ... I mean, they're really stiff. :D

I've got the Tokico shocks and springs on the tbird; they're nice, but not stiff like the sports.

It kinda makes it the "date car".
 

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PM just sent about the heads.

The car that will be getting the Konis is my 91 Cougar, and it has cut SC springs, so it is very stiff, but it is not going to be anything close to a daily driver. I have the Tokico blues with Eibachs on my MarkVIII, and it rides great for a street car. It is stiff enough to have some fun in the corners, but soft enough that it still rides like a Lincoln. The SC has stock ARC shocks with Eibachs, and that rides a little stiffer than the Mark, but I'm planning to get the Tokico Illumina 2s for the SC since the stock shocks have definitely seen better days.
 

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Bump!
 
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