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post #1 of 31 (permalink) Old 11-11-2016, 10:41 AM Thread Starter
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Engines, engine parts, shocks, springs

I am clearing out a number of parts that are no longer of any use to me as I transition to an LSx and air suspension in my '96 Impala. I have been away from the B-body scene for a while, so I'm kinda guessing at fair prices for any of the parts I have listed. If you are interested in something but the price seems out of whack, shoot me a message and we can talk it through. Prices listed do not include shipping; I am happy to provide a quote if you give me your shipping information. Parts are located in Nunica, MI (west of Grand Rapids) and can be viewed in person.

Let's kick it off with my collection of engines:

1) Original LT1 from my '96. SOLD!!!

2) LT1 from a '96 Roadmaster. This has about 242k of use, and while it was running fine when removed (my dad was still using the car as a daily until this point), it's pretty damn tired and should be considered a rebuildable core. It also has at least one broken exhaust manifold stud. Engine is complete top to bottom and includes most of the accessory drive (there is no AC compressor, but one could probably be found if important to a buyer), water pump, Opti, etc. Asking $400.







3) LT1, origins unknown but presumably from a 9C1 based solely upon the coolant hoses. The guy who sold me this engine said that it had around 100k on it. I know nothing of it beyond what is shown in these pictures. Includes wiring harness, exhaust manifolds, some of the accessory drive (it's missing an alternator and AC compressor), complete intake manifold, and a lot of filth. Asking $500.









4) LT1 of unknown origin. SOLD!!!

All of these engines were stored indoors in my pole barn, and turn over easily. I haven't performed any detailed inspection beyond what has been claimed, and everything above is sold as-is since we're talking about motors that are 20 years old. If something isn't in the pictures then it's not included, but let me know if it's important to you and I'll check through my collection of parts.

1996 Impala SS - LS swap in progress
2012 Camaro ZL1 - 11.19@128, low 1:40s around Gingerman Raceway
2010 Ford Flex EcoBoost
2008 Ford Super Duty F-250 6.4L diesel
2004 Ford E-350 6.0L diesel- 4WD swap in progress

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post #2 of 31 (permalink) Old 11-11-2016, 10:55 AM Thread Starter
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Now, how about some parts!

Engine wiring harness - this came out of my dad's '96 Roadmaster. Everything functioned well at the time of removal, but I cannot be 100% certain that nothing was damaged during the removal process, and it's 20 years old at this point. Asking $150



Taylor over-the-valve-cover plug wire set - this came off the LT4 in my Impala, and worked with a variety of headers including the CIA Tri-Ys. Asking $50



1LE AC delete pulley SOLD!!!


Taylor LT1 spark plug terminals/boots - new in package. Asking $15 shipped



Felpro MS 95585 exhaust manifold gaskets, cat/manifold gaskets, and cat/manifold studs - standard NAPA-grade stuff. SOLD!!!


Mass airflow sensors - OE B-body size (2.75"?). One is stock, one has been de-screened for some unknown reason. Asking $50/each



LT1 head gaskets SOLD!!!


PCMs - three (3) '8051 OBDI PCMs (one not shown in the photo) and one (1) '4399 OBDII unit. No idea what code or knock modules are installed in any of these, so treat them as usable cores. Asking $60/each


1996 Impala SS - LS swap in progress
2012 Camaro ZL1 - 11.19@128, low 1:40s around Gingerman Raceway
2010 Ford Flex EcoBoost
2008 Ford Super Duty F-250 6.4L diesel
2004 Ford E-350 6.0L diesel- 4WD swap in progress

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And some suspension parts...

Hotchkis lowering spring set (part number 1922) SOLD!!!


Global West front springs - these springs provide near-stock ride height (about 0.5" drop on my car), but have a linear spring rate of 775 lb/in (compared to the stock springs, which are 440 lbs/in). They provide a huge improvement in handling, and honestly don't affect the ride that much (but keep in mind that my daily-driver is a 3/4-ton pickup with a solid front axle). These springs work fine and have about 10,000 miles of us, but there is some finish wear and general filth from 15 years of use; a few minutes with some Simple Green and a can of Krylon will have them looking like new. Asking $100



'90 Caprice wagon rear springs (part number 22076528) - I used these springs with the Global West fronts and was extremely happy with the setup. They will raise the rear about 0.5" over stock, and have a linear spring rate of 220 lbs/in (compared to the progressive stock springs which start around 154 lb/in and end up at 221 lb/in). As with the front springs, they could use a cleaning and a quick coat of paint. Asking $100



Koni adjustable front/rear shocks (part numbers 1040-1087 and 1040-1088) SOLD!!!

1996 Impala SS - LS swap in progress
2012 Camaro ZL1 - 11.19@128, low 1:40s around Gingerman Raceway
2010 Ford Flex EcoBoost
2008 Ford Super Duty F-250 6.4L diesel
2004 Ford E-350 6.0L diesel- 4WD swap in progress

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Best of luck with your sales, Eric.

Don't forget to post up your build down the line!

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Good deal on them motors. Wish you were closer. PM sent on the head gaskets.

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Would you consider selling the Corvette valve covers and hardware separately if I sent a standard set of stamped ones to keep the engine complete on your end?

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post #8 of 31 (permalink) Old 11-12-2016, 08:54 AM Thread Starter
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PMs returned; if you didn't get a reply from me, let me know.

For those interested in texting, my cell number is 6 one 6 four zero 2 zero 8 two nine

I'll get a build thread going for my project, but progress is slow because I'm not smart enough to focus on doing one thing at a time

1996 Impala SS - LS swap in progress
2012 Camaro ZL1 - 11.19@128, low 1:40s around Gingerman Raceway
2010 Ford Flex EcoBoost
2008 Ford Super Duty F-250 6.4L diesel
2004 Ford E-350 6.0L diesel- 4WD swap in progress
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Aftermarket gauge pod of unknown manufacture. SOLD!!!


Factory catalytic converters. I have three sets total:

1) 1996 cats, 75k, functioning properly when removed. Includes O2 sensors. Asking $200
2) 1996 cats, 242k, functioning properly when removed. Includes O2 sensors. Asking $150
3) 1994 cats, unknown mileage. The passenger's side pipe was cut off aft of the cat body. Asking $100

As always - if you're interested in something but my pricing seems incorrect, feel free to PM me with a reasonable offer.

1996 Impala SS - LS swap in progress
2012 Camaro ZL1 - 11.19@128, low 1:40s around Gingerman Raceway
2010 Ford Flex EcoBoost
2008 Ford Super Duty F-250 6.4L diesel
2004 Ford E-350 6.0L diesel- 4WD swap in progress

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Interested in the pillar pods... still available?

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