This is a Model A motor and transmission assembly that has been completely rebuilt and never fired. I removed the head for photos and for your inspection. Assembly lube only throughout, never started. The .125 pistons still have finger prints on them from assembly.
I did not remove the pan, but you can remove the oil filler tube and look down to the crank area to see that it is new throughout.
The transmission is the same, rebuilt.
Clutch assembly new.
Intake and exhaust manifolds attached and included.
Water pump attached and included.
Brake and clutch pedals have new bushings, are attached and included.
Ready to drop into your model a.
This came from the estate of a very well known long time Model T and Model A restorer here in Portland. Unfortunately, he never got the chance to install it.
$1200 for the complete assembly, picked up in Portland, or shipped on your dime.
(503) 348-7134 is my phone number. Estrangedcc@gmail.com is my email.
The oil filler tube is from a Model B (1932-34). Remove it, sell it to a guy with a Model B engine for $50 (he'll be tickled pink to get it!) and replace yours with a $10 used Model A filler pipe. Everybody wins.
Can you take a photo of the other side of the engine so that we know whether it's a Model A or Model B block? 'Can't tell from the driver's side. That'll make a difference in value. The head is definitely Model A with its four-stud mounting. Most parts are interchangeable between Model A and Model B engines, at least functionally.
Looks like the serial number dates the engine to March 1931.
The images on my screen are so small that there's no way I could make out an engine number. Is there something you did to make the embedded images larger?
Yes, if you see an engine number stamped on the side, it is not a Model B. Their numbers were stamped on the backside, I believe on the bellhousing top.
Sold, pending payment.
Yes, it is sold.