NOS C4OE 6015 F 5 Bolt Block

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Re: NOS C4OE 6015 F 5 Bolt Block

Postby C6ZZKGT » Thu May 17, 2018 10:43 pm

SixT5HiPo wrote:
HERE'S an NOS 5 bolt 289 block for sale by eBay member "fordautolite" for $2,250.00.

Note: This is a unique item that is not presented as a HiPo block in that the main bearing caps are standard sized, but could be made into an early 5 bolt by using HiPo main caps.

"Here we have about the last NOS 289 block left on the planet. Yep, that's right an NOS 289 block, never been run or used, just stored for over 50 years. Until recently used blocks worked ok, but these days 50 years of corrosion have weakened & thinned the original blocks to the point where the cylinders crack or shatter with as little as .030" overbore, you can just about forget .040" or more, unless you don't mind sleeve(s). So here you go, an NOS never run or had water in it 289 block. The only down side was it was stored poorly, necessitating a clean up bore to just under .020" leaving you to finish for .020" or more over bore. Check the pics you will see ZERO corrosion in water jackets, this block could easily go to .040" or possibly .060" if need be. The original cam bearings perfectly preserved the cam journals, the lifter bores are fine as are the main bearing journals & all machined mating surfaces. This is a 5 bolt bell housing block, numbers correct for your 1964 & early 1965 Mustang, Comet, Fairlane, Cyclone, Falcon, Meteor & Galaxie. This block does have the correct engineering number for a 289K HIPO, if you have a worn out or broken 289K block you could transfer your HIPO caps to this block & after an align bore you would have a correct 289K block correct for your Tiger, Cobra, Mustang, Fairlane, Comet & Cyclone. For you purists please note I have also included a complete set of 6 ASSEMBLY line original freeze plugs with the MP inside of a diamond logo."

Another down side to this block is that the date code (5D28) is way late for any car that would have been produced as a 5 bolt.

This NOS block received no bids by April 17, 2018 and therefore did NOT sell.

This NOS block is back on Ebay again with no changes:

https://www.ebay.com/itm/292530508581?V ... 2530508581

This listing has ended with NO sale.

This NOS block is back on Ebay again with no changes:

https://www.ebay.com/itm/292551367215?V ... 2551367215

-Fred-


This listing has ended with NO sale.


This NOS block is back on Ebay again with no changes:

https://www.ebay.com/itm/292568223329?V ... 2568223329

-Fred-
66 K GT Fastback Silver Frost / Black Pony Interior
66 K GT Fastback Signal Flare Red / Black Pony Interior
65 K Coupe Phoenician Yellow / Black Standard Interior
65 A Code 4 speed Ranchero
64 289 4 Speed Falcon Sedan Delivery
66 Corvette 427 Roadster
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Re: NOS C4OE 6015 F 5 Bolt Block

Postby SixT5HiPo » Thu May 24, 2018 9:13 pm

HERE'S an NOS 5 bolt 289 block for sale by eBay member "fordautolite" for $2,250.00.

Note: This is a unique item that is not presented as a HiPo block in that the main bearing caps are standard sized, but could be made into an early 5 bolt by using HiPo main caps.

"Here we have about the last NOS 289 block left on the planet. Yep, that's right an NOS 289 block, never been run or used, just stored for over 50 years. Until recently used blocks worked ok, but these days 50 years of corrosion have weakened & thinned the original blocks to the point where the cylinders crack or shatter with as little as .030" overbore, you can just about forget .040" or more, unless you don't mind sleeve(s). So here you go, an NOS never run or had water in it 289 block. The only down side was it was stored poorly, necessitating a clean up bore to just under .020" leaving you to finish for .020" or more over bore. Check the pics you will see ZERO corrosion in water jackets, this block could easily go to .040" or possibly .060" if need be. The original cam bearings perfectly preserved the cam journals, the lifter bores are fine as are the main bearing journals & all machined mating surfaces. This is a 5 bolt bell housing block, numbers correct for your 1964 & early 1965 Mustang, Comet, Fairlane, Cyclone, Falcon, Meteor & Galaxie. This block does have the correct engineering number for a 289K HIPO, if you have a worn out or broken 289K block you could transfer your HIPO caps to this block & after an align bore you would have a correct 289K block correct for your Tiger, Cobra, Mustang, Fairlane, Comet & Cyclone. For you purists please note I have also included a complete set of 6 ASSEMBLY line original freeze plugs with the MP inside of a diamond logo."

Another down side to this block is that the date code (5D28) is way late for any car that would have been produced as a 5 bolt.

This listing has ended with NO sale.

This NOS block is back on Ebay again with no changes:

https://www.ebay.com/itm/292568223329?V ... 2568223329

-Fred-


Ended and NOT sold.
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Re: NOS C4OE 6015 F 5 Bolt Block

Postby SixT5HiPo » Fri Jun 01, 2018 12:18 am

HERE'S an NOS 5 bolt 289 block for sale by eBay member "fordautolite" for $2,250.00.

Note: This is a unique item that is not presented as a HiPo block in that the main bearing caps are standard sized, but could be made into an early 5 bolt by using HiPo main caps.

"Here we have about the last NOS 289 block left on the planet. Yep, that's right an NOS 289 block, never been run or used, just stored for over 50 years. Until recently used blocks worked ok, but these days 50 years of corrosion have weakened & thinned the original blocks to the point where the cylinders crack or shatter with as little as .030" overbore, you can just about forget .040" or more, unless you don't mind sleeve(s). So here you go, an NOS never run or had water in it 289 block. The only down side was it was stored poorly, necessitating a clean up bore to just under .020" leaving you to finish for .020" or more over bore. Check the pics you will see ZERO corrosion in water jackets, this block could easily go to .040" or possibly .060" if need be. The original cam bearings perfectly preserved the cam journals, the lifter bores are fine as are the main bearing journals & all machined mating surfaces. This is a 5 bolt bell housing block, numbers correct for your 1964 & early 1965 Mustang, Comet, Fairlane, Cyclone, Falcon, Meteor & Galaxie. This block does have the correct engineering number for a 289K HIPO, if you have a worn out or broken 289K block you could transfer your HIPO caps to this block & after an align bore you would have a correct 289K block correct for your Tiger, Cobra, Mustang, Fairlane, Comet & Cyclone. For you purists please note I have also included a complete set of 6 ASSEMBLY line original freeze plugs with the MP inside of a diamond logo."

Another down side to this block is that the date code (5D28) is way late for any car that would have been produced as a 5 bolt.

This listing has ended with NO sale.

This NOS block is back on Ebay again with no changes:

https://www.ebay.com/itm/292568223329?V ... 2568223329

Ended and NOT sold.


Relisted for the same price HERE.
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Re: NOS C4OE 6015 F 5 Bolt Block

Postby C6ZZKGT » Thu Jun 07, 2018 7:31 pm

SixT5HiPo wrote:
HERE'S an NOS 5 bolt 289 block for sale by eBay member "fordautolite" for $2,250.00.

Note: This is a unique item that is not presented as a HiPo block in that the main bearing caps are standard sized, but could be made into an early 5 bolt by using HiPo main caps.

"Here we have about the last NOS 289 block left on the planet. Yep, that's right an NOS 289 block, never been run or used, just stored for over 50 years. Until recently used blocks worked ok, but these days 50 years of corrosion have weakened & thinned the original blocks to the point where the cylinders crack or shatter with as little as .030" overbore, you can just about forget .040" or more, unless you don't mind sleeve(s). So here you go, an NOS never run or had water in it 289 block. The only down side was it was stored poorly, necessitating a clean up bore to just under .020" leaving you to finish for .020" or more over bore. Check the pics you will see ZERO corrosion in water jackets, this block could easily go to .040" or possibly .060" if need be. The original cam bearings perfectly preserved the cam journals, the lifter bores are fine as are the main bearing journals & all machined mating surfaces. This is a 5 bolt bell housing block, numbers correct for your 1964 & early 1965 Mustang, Comet, Fairlane, Cyclone, Falcon, Meteor & Galaxie. This block does have the correct engineering number for a 289K HIPO, if you have a worn out or broken 289K block you could transfer your HIPO caps to this block & after an align bore you would have a correct 289K block correct for your Tiger, Cobra, Mustang, Fairlane, Comet & Cyclone. For you purists please note I have also included a complete set of 6 ASSEMBLY line original freeze plugs with the MP inside of a diamond logo."

Another down side to this block is that the date code (5D28) is way late for any car that would have been produced as a 5 bolt.

This listing has ended with NO sale.

This NOS block is back on Ebay again with no changes:

https://www.ebay.com/itm/292568223329?V ... 2568223329

Ended and NOT sold.


Relisted for the same price HERE.


This NOS block received no bids by June 7, 2018 and therefore did NOT sell.

-Fred-
66 K GT Fastback Silver Frost / Black Pony Interior
66 K GT Fastback Signal Flare Red / Black Pony Interior
65 K Coupe Phoenician Yellow / Black Standard Interior
65 A Code 4 speed Ranchero
64 289 4 Speed Falcon Sedan Delivery
66 Corvette 427 Roadster
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Re: NOS C4OE 6015 F 5 Bolt Block

Postby SixT5HiPo » Wed Jun 20, 2018 5:40 pm

HERE'S an NOS 5 bolt 289 block for sale by eBay member "fordautolite" for $2,250.00.

Note: This is a unique item that is not presented as a HiPo block in that the main bearing caps are standard sized, but could be made into an early 5 bolt by using HiPo main caps.

"Here we have about the last NOS 289 block left on the planet. Yep, that's right an NOS 289 block, never been run or used, just stored for over 50 years. Until recently used blocks worked ok, but these days 50 years of corrosion have weakened & thinned the original blocks to the point where the cylinders crack or shatter with as little as .030" overbore, you can just about forget .040" or more, unless you don't mind sleeve(s). So here you go, an NOS never run or had water in it 289 block. The only down side was it was stored poorly, necessitating a clean up bore to just under .020" leaving you to finish for .020" or more over bore. Check the pics you will see ZERO corrosion in water jackets, this block could easily go to .040" or possibly .060" if need be. The original cam bearings perfectly preserved the cam journals, the lifter bores are fine as are the main bearing journals & all machined mating surfaces. This is a 5 bolt bell housing block, numbers correct for your 1964 & early 1965 Mustang, Comet, Fairlane, Cyclone, Falcon, Meteor & Galaxie. This block does have the correct engineering number for a 289K HIPO, if you have a worn out or broken 289K block you could transfer your HIPO caps to this block & after an align bore you would have a correct 289K block correct for your Tiger, Cobra, Mustang, Fairlane, Comet & Cyclone. For you purists please note I have also included a complete set of 6 ASSEMBLY line original freeze plugs with the MP inside of a diamond logo."


This NOS block received no bids by June 7, 2018 and therefore did NOT sell.


Ended and NOT sold.


Relisted for the same price HERE.
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