Not mine. Looks like it has 2 4th mains, one mounted where is should be an another mounted backwards, Ok but what might be up with that extra long tail shaft? Looks 3-4" longer then it should be.
What kind of guy paints his engine pink??? WOW that is ugly!
Not exactly an original engine color, and a very complete stand that only lacks a steering wheel.
It is more red on my screen, but color is beside the point, it can be changed.
Between the colors, and the something funky about that output end? I would have to get it REALLY cheap (if I could even afford it?). My experience has always said anybody that would do things like that? Probably wouldn't know enough (or care!) to do the work inside correctly either.
That is my opinion, based on many numerous experiences with such things, both antique, and more or less modern..
Wayne, I'm with you. Same experiences...same conclusions...
Devils advocate might say, perhaps it was for a speedster and thus painted a different color. As far as the output shaft goes perhaps there was some other transmission planned or???
Regardless way too much money with the lack of information given.
I wonder who rebuilt it.
The price suggests this is somebody trying to get back what he sank into it. Good luck with that.
I would think that engine might have belonged to the lady running the Montana 500. What was her name again?
Interesting. It seems that all model T's or parts thereof are all "recently rebuilt". Also, they are all from "barns", even though some of these barns have fluorescent lights, water heaters, and electric garage door openers. It has been our experience that most rebuilt engines were done with a trip to the car wash power washer and a rattle can paint job. Buyer beware. If this engine is truly rebuilt, the price is right. Complete engine and transmission builds don't leave here for less than that .
There were four ladies in the Montana 500 last year.
Two in the top five finishers!
Got running 17 engine starts on mag low head could offer over it be well 50% off of this price
I donít think it was meant to be pink, Erik hit the nail on the head. Rattle can red in high humidity (its in North Carolina) converts to a nice crapping luster of dull...., pink!
Hank in dim-dar-hills
I sent the seller questions about the tail shaft and a suggestion that for that price buyers would want to know what was done. All I got was an OK thank you for the question.
and now you know what it is worth: not much