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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 12-25-2018, 12:11 PM Thread Starter
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Is it free on christmas?

Is it true? Did i read somewhere that all the parts for sale are free on Christmas day or I am just dreaming?
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But that doesn't include shipping & handling. Those elves are all unionized now...

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Further, if you have not been good, only broken parts with no scrap value are free. FYI, I WAS good, and another moderator sent me 2 GOOD core water pumps!
Lesson... ALWAYS BE GOOD!
Just my opinion from my own experiences.
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Gordon: Please tell us how you use "Core" water pumps. V-6 pumps overhauled?

......... Bud Feigel ........<Oo \*/ oO>....... Lexington, Kentucky ........
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4 cylinder. I restore to as new for those wanting a concourse original pump for show or use. Usually 750, 750-101 and 101 aluminum fan, but also more and more 101-1600, 105 1600 and 1750. Factually, the GOOD reproductions (aftermarket) water-pumps are very good, and fit many applications at lesser cost than a restored original. I build engine specific restorations for those that need or want one. I believe that 6 cyl pumps for newer cars are also available as high quality aftermarket. The 4 cyl new pump castings do not match the old original castings, so some want "real" ones.


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