WTB: Motor, tranny, disc brake, etc.

Discussion in 'Classic Mustang Engine and Power Adder Parts For S' started by mvagustasenna, Nov 28, 2007.


  1. mvagustasenna

    mvagustasenna New Member

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    Wanted parts for my 65 mustang coupe shipped to 95210

    17" bullitt rims
    disc brake conversation front/rear/
    289 or 302 motor with tranny

    Please send me a picture if you got one and price shipped. If you live close by I will me more than happy to come by and pick it up in person.
  2. mvagustasenna

    mvagustasenna New Member

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    17" bullitt rims purchased!!!!!!!!!

    Need disc brakes, Anyone got them??????
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    I've got a set of toasted SSBC 11" fronts. They're the Kelsey-Hayes four-piston design, just like original '65 front disks, but they're manufactured by SSBC. It's their part number A120D, and includes a dual-bowl M/C, dust shields, caliper brackets, calipers (no pads), badly-abused rotors and all the hardware.

    http://www.ssbrakes.com/products/detail/443/?make=Ford&model=Mustang&year=1965

    Now the huge caveat - I use my '65 for open track events. The last one of the season was a bit rough on those brakes (which is why they're not on the car anymore). The friction material on the Hawk pads I'd been using stripped off and basically took the slotted rotors with them. They're badly grooved, and probably can't be resurfaced - however, you're welcome to try. In continuing around the track, the brakes got hot and erupted in flame, taking all of the rubber seals in the calipers with them, and destroying the pistons.

    The up side - you can have everything cheap.

    The down side - you get what you get, no guarantees that any of it's any good. You'll definitely have to do some work to make them servicable.
  4. allcarfan

    allcarfan The Answer Man Founding Member

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    I have a BUILT AOD. Will handle 800hp. Built to Art Carr specs. no valvebody though. Need to get $500 + shipping...from GA. I have no idea how much freight would be. Probably more than the trans itself...lol
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    mvagustasenna New Member

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    Sorry...Trying my best to find a complete motor and tranny to save a little money. Tired of shopping for parts.
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    68Rustangs New Member

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    Are you looking for an already rebuilt or used? I have a complete 289 (6015-E) with tranny im looking to sell. Have no idea how much shipping would be yet but let me know if your interested.

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