Triumph Gt6,gt6+, Original Std Bore Engine Block W/ Correct Msin Caps, Kd 77967e on 2040-parts.com
Kansas City, Missouri, United States
Listed for a Triumph GT6 or GT6+, is a standard bore engine block. Blcok is complete with the original matching main caps. No damage to the block or the casting. Bore wear is normal with a small amount of piston wear. No damage to the main caps or journals. Engine # is KD 77967E. Shipping will be $159.99 to $210.99 in the USA. Local pick-up is more then welcomed. There is a $35.00 crate fee. We will ship international.
Items are the picture unless otherwise stated. All items listed are, as is, with no warranty. Buyer is responsible for all shipping and crating charges. No refunds on items unless pre-approved. In the event of a refund, NO postage charges will be refunded. We reserve the right to ship via whatever shipper we choose to be the most reliable and economical.
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We are a Restoration and Repair Shop," Foreign Car Enterprise"; 816 471 6687, currently listing 25 years of accumulated British Car Parts. Check our feedback to bid with confidence. Over Sixty-Five hundred sales at a 99% approval rate, of manufactured and used British Car Parts. Thanks for looking.
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