FS: Versailles 9 inch disc brake rear end

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  1. MO351

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    I've got a 9 inch disc brake big bearing rear end out of a Lincoln Versailles I'm thinking about getting rid of. It's all there but needs rebuilt. I bought it to rebuild and put in my 67 mustang. I'd have to look again but I believe the gear ratio is a 2.79:1 open differential. $400 or would do some horse tradin' for whatever. Maybe goodies for my 67 (C4, fuel tank and lines, lots of other stuff lol). Heck I could use a laptop computer, lol. Let me know what ya got. Run it by me and we'll see what we can do. I WILL NOT ship this thing. It will have to be picked up.
     
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    I"m moving the KC area, specifically Harrisonville, in a few weeks so it may be up there, too, for pickup. Depends on when we get moved.
     
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    I live in SW MO myself.
    Pickup is no problem
     
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    is this still for sale?
     
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    Did you get my email? It is still for sale.
     
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    You can ship it UPS by breaking it down to it's components. I've done one this way. Chunk in one (if the buyer wants an easy to find open diff) The housing in another, brake discs and calipers in a third. Axles in a fourth. Just for y'alls info.
     
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    i shipped one on a pallet truck freight once. shipping was only around 200-250 bucks, a lot cheaper than one would think. and that was completely assembled with a 3.70 chunk
     
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    I know this is a totally different animal, but I had Saia ship a complete 302 from intake to pan from Boston to Medford OR for $200.. Shipping shouldn't be an issue if someone is willing to pay for it.
     
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