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1969 Buick 225/SM420/Dana 18/Warn OD Bakersfield, CA $1600

• CATEGORIES: OD Saturn/Warn, Parts

Seller is accepting offers.

https://bakersfield.craigslist.org/pts/d/bakersfield-buick-willys-225-of-v6-1969/6982510857.html

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“Hi all, I recently sold my willys jeep and the buyer didnt want the engine, trans, transfer case and Overdrive.
I am relisting these parts for sale.
1969 Buick/Jeep CJ 225 Odd fire V6 engine, fully rebuilt with $2200 dollars in receipts. Has both 2 and 4 Brl Intake. manifolds.Isky RV type cam. Engine has been properly stored and never fired up.
GM SM420 4 speed transmission rebuild by Herm the OD guy, compound low first gear, final drive 100 to 1
Novak Adapter to rebuilt Large shaft Dana 18 transfer case
New never used Warn OD unit from Herm the OD guy.
As above this was built for a willys but will adapt to any pre smog Jeep.
Open to trades. Make an Offer. Motivated to sell”

 

6 Comments on “1969 Buick 225/SM420/Dana 18/Warn OD Bakersfield, CA $1600

  1. John

    Can anyone tell me if there is a source for that 4 bbl intake manifold? The offy ones I’ve looked at have 4 separate ports, but I’ve been looking for one like this. Just 2 runners

  2. John

    Jeez Dave you’re quick. I’ve been looking for a few months on ebay on and off for something like that. The OFFY 6035-DP is what tons of people run… with a 4 barrel carb though. I’m just trying to upgrade the manifold and keep the stock Rochester 2g, which from my understanding cant be done with a dual port (4 hole) manifold like the 6035

  3. David Eilers Post author

    Glad to hear that helps. Having a couple v6s I have kept an eye out for four barrel manifolds.

  4. John

    Well now you’ve led me to ask… what kind of intake set ups do you have on your V6s? I’ve built a few but always kept the stock manifold and carb which always seemed to be decent

    This is the first time I’ve ventured out to “modifying” my build like that. There’s so many different carbs to choose from and everyone has different preferences. I’ve always really liked the Rochester 2g, easy to rebuild and tune but now I’ve got to ask since it I have the chance

  5. David Eilers Post author

    My current setup is a 390 Holley modified for offload use atop an Edelbrock manifold on a Buick 231, but it’s a dual plane manifold that’s taller than I’d like, so I’d like to find an alternative. Other priorities have kept that from happening.

    Previously on a 225 engine I believe I had a four barrel Buick 252 V6 4 barrel intake manifold with a Holley 450 CFM. That was a great engine/carb combo, except on hills (hence the reason I had a 390 carb modified on my current engine for hills and slopes).

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