Have two carburetors one rebuilt and one used

Have two sets of manifold end caps from closed cooled engines

Have a heat exchanger, thermostat housing, expansion tank and hoses

Have two distributors   One almost new with less than 100 hours and one original

Have two damper plates and bolts also one crankshaft hub

Have pulleys

Have trans coolers and brackets.

Have front housing that was closed cooled and flywheels

Have remote oil filter adapter and tubing.

Alt regulator

Paragon P32AR trans for parts

Flame arrestors

Oil pan with the notches for a 350Q

Windage tray.

RH cam

Some copper rw tubes

The 1/8 tubes that go from the intake to the manifold

[Plus a bunch of small items.

E mail me to discuss   Davlin96@aol.com

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Also have a rebuilt fuel pump for the Q. Used for one season then went with electrics.

50.00 

Carbs, fuel pump, distributors and flame arresters have been sold.

Closed cooling system is sold as is the flywheel cover.

I am looking for two pair of Q exhaust manifolds and risers. Do you still have yours and if so what shape are they in?

pcbarbour@live.com

I re used the manifolds  and bought new risers. I do have four end caps that were FWC and are great shape.

Hi David , I dont understand a lot about the Q motor cooling system,just purchased the boat last year and its my first inboard single screw boat !! Very excited to learn without being foolish about it ! At some point i would like to speak with you about purchasing some parts from you that i would like to keep on hand for spare parts.. Also possible upgrades !! I have a 27' 1966 commander , 350 motor , in process of redoing interior now,motor has been rebuilt three years ago,excited to move forward with my project, thanx for any help i can get !!!

Hi Marty,

My cell is 727 420 5792



Marty Pillar said:

Hi David , I dont understand a lot about the Q motor cooling system,just purchased the boat last year and its my first inboard single screw boat !! Very excited to learn without being foolish about it ! At some point i would like to speak with you about purchasing some parts from you that i would like to keep on hand for spare parts.. Also possible upgrades !! I have a 27' 1966 commander , 350 motor , in process of redoing interior now,motor has been rebuilt three years ago,excited to move forward with my project, thanx for any help i can get !!!

I am new to site and also Chris Craft engines but want to convert a 305 K engine to a closed cooling system.  If you have any parts for this conversion please let me know at wea222@comcast.net. thanks

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