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57 Windsor rolling chasiss & drive train, long wheelbase car
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finsruskw
Posted 2018-08-01 1:00 PM (#567574)
Subject: 57 Windsor rolling chasiss & drive train, long wheelbase car



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What you see is what you get plus the manual steering gear.
Air cooled T/flite
Floor pan also pictured has been sold.
Frame from a dry high Colorado desert car.

$200
Can help with delivery within a 500 Mile radius of 52041 for expenses.
Will be going to the scrapper soon, MUST MOVE THIS!!
Thanks for the ad F/L

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Powerflite
Posted 2018-08-01 3:00 PM (#567576 - in reply to #567574)
Subject: Re: 57 Windsor rolling chasiss & drive train, long wheelbase car



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If it didn't cost me $1000 to ship it, I would grab it. You should attempt to sell the 354 separately as the hemi shortblock would sell for 5x what you are asking. How much did you want for the window rubber? Front or rear? Hardtop or sedan?
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Powerflite
Posted 2018-08-01 3:02 PM (#567577 - in reply to #567574)
Subject: Re: 57 Windsor rolling chasiss & drive train, long wheelbase car



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Does the motor turn? If so, I may be willing to ship it.
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finsruskw
Posted 2018-08-01 4:08 PM (#567583 - in reply to #567574)
Subject: Re: 57 Windsor rolling chasiss & drive train, long wheelbase car



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Engine is NOT a hemi.
Is not seized up and turns easily
Engine #WE5743133
Trans is an air cooled unit.
Carb is a 2 bbl to boot.
Starter is MIA as are a few other pieces.
It was a 4dr hdtp
I have both front and rear windshield w/strips, not cut.
I have the regulators out of the doors, they are power units but the motors are gone.
Only good door is the right rear.
I got it years ago for the front clip.
The hood and cross bar w/braces is also available.
The radiator is available but has not been tested
The rad support w/horns is virtually rust free but the weld-nut on the inside for the support is broken free and I had to cut the head off the bolt to remove it. Everything else on the car just came apart normally w/wrenches, even the body mounts.
I'll get some pic's of the vent windows and put them up in another ad if anyone is interested in those.
The chrome is really nice but one of the 90* "legs" that connect to the window channel is broken and the other window channel is dinged and will need replaced.
Rear window is shaded and tinted, strange for a non-air car.
front window is broken.
Still have the complete 3 pod dash cluster w/clock.
Radio don't work but has nice trim and a really clean case. Would make a good core to stuff w/new modern guts IMHO.
Heater case and core, is gone as well as the wiper motor and switch.
Still have the working heater motor, switch and wiring along with the case that is really nice and not all sunburned.
I'll get that up in another ad also/pic's soon
Not much else is left, like I said, it will be gone soon, one way or the other.
Thanks for the interest folks!


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Thetraveler
Posted 2018-08-05 11:50 AM (#567832 - in reply to #567574)
Subject: Re: 57 Windsor rolling chasiss & drive train, long wheelbase car


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Is this the same frame that would be on a 57 plymouth?
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finsruskw
Posted 2018-08-05 12:19 PM (#567835 - in reply to #567832)
Subject: Re: 57 Windsor rolling chasiss & drive train, long wheelbase car



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I doubt it as the Chrysler rides on a 126" WB.

On another note, Someone mentioned being able to turn this 354 short block into a hemi??
The frame from this car will be cut up for scrap soon.
I will remove the drive train, if some one is interested in any or all of it please feel free to contact me. It would not be that hard to strip the engine down to a short block and crate it.
Thanks Folks!
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finsruskw
Posted 2018-08-11 3:51 AM (#568225 - in reply to #567574)
Subject: Re: 57 Windsor rolling chasiss & drive train, long wheelbase car



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Last call on the frame and rolling chassis.
Will be cut up for scrap next weekend
The block will be stripped into a short block.
Transmission and rear end will be scrapped soon as well.
Thanks to all that have responded and purchased parts from this car.
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finsruskw
Posted 2018-09-05 6:59 AM (#569628 - in reply to #568225)
Subject: Re: 57 Windsor rolling chasiss & drive train, long wheelbase car



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Short block, heads, exhaust manifolds and transmission available. engine turns freely
As well as front end suspension parts, hubs, spindles a-frames, T bars and cross member.
Will sell as a complete assembly as it has not as of yet been dismantled other than cutting the frame off behind the Transmission and removing the intake, heads and exhaust manifolds Buyer to arrange transportation or can deliver within a 500 mile radius for expenses.
Inquire.
Again, Tanks to all that have purchased parts from this car.
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