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  1. Mike Moore

    Mike Moore Dreams of Cub Cadets

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    If anyone has any items that they want to sell or trade amongst local IHers, here's a sticky thread to do just that. We'll try this and see how it goes, and make an assessment later as to if we need a separate "ODBA only" classified section in addition to the regular BP classifieds.

    Sellers/swappers/giver-awayers, please list the following to make it straight forward for the browsers:
    Location
    Price
    Best way to contact you
    Good description

    So...whatcha got?
     
  2. Mike Moore

    Mike Moore Dreams of Cub Cadets

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    I've got a pair of hubcaps for a S80 in my possesion. They are like the one in this picture:
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    They are not nearly 100%, but are better than this one. They are both rears or for a 2WD, without the hole in the center for the lock out hub.

    It appears that one is NOS, but has been slid around on a shelf for 40 years. The point is banged in a LITTLE bit, and there are a bunch of fairly deep scratches on the center area. I don't imagine it could be properly restored without a lot of trouble.

    The second one is used, but cleaned up very well. It's dented and scratched up slightly worse in the middle than the first one, and is also slightly bent in all the way across, like something was laid on top of it and squished it.

    They'd be good for a matching spare, or for a driver Scout, I suppose. I'd like to think they'd be worth $20 for the pair. I will try to get pics on Monday, if anyone is interested.

    *email me at the address registered on this site.
    Located in Bridgewater, VA.
     
  3. Karl Bader

    Karl Bader Farmall Cub

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  4. Mike Moore

    Mike Moore Dreams of Cub Cadets

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    Good call...:yes:
     
  5. Karl Bader

    Karl Bader Farmall Cub

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    Where do I begin? All the parts listed are either out of a 1972 Scout II or a 1977 Scout II. Both scouts had about 55,000 miles on them to give you an idea on wear.

    Here's the list:

    1 Brake Booster, Surface rust, worked great when pulled $10
    1 Dana 20 Transfer Case, nothing wrong with it other than taking up room in my basement $10
    1 Passenger side front fender in great shape! Small hole in bottom, but not nearly as bad as you normally see $20
    1 Hood for a Scout II Appears to be rust free, small dent in front which I had to look for to see $20
    1 304 V8, I ran it today, ran like a champ! Has 58,000 miles on it $100 you pull, $250 I pull.
    1 Alternator. Worked fine when pulled $10
    1 727 Automatic Ran great before parked in the fall $100 you pull. $150 I pull.
    2 Uniroyal Laredo 235/75 R-15 tires mounted on Scout II rims, great tread, appears to be no dry rot. $20
    2 Scout II rims $10
    1 Dana 30 front axle, with hubs $50
    1 Dana 44 rear axle complete $75
    1 complete bench seat set. IN IMMACULATE condition. Front and rear bench, made from a vinyl/cloth material, sort of a bluish gray. No tears, bases in great shape no rust holes and I don't think any pitting, the drivers side front is starting to sag a little from being sat on. $100 for the set.

    There will be a lot more. Looking for something mechanical? Let me know I probably have it. I priced all this to move, no reasonable offer will be refused. I can't have this all clogging up my backyard/basement.

    Please e-mail me at mrsoundman813@gmail.com if you have any questions.
     
  6. William Griffin

    William Griffin High Wheeler

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    Pair of chrome Stan's headers. Were on my 392 for about a month but I could never get them to not turn cherry red and I wasn't comfortable running them like that. They are "blued" as a result and the right collector has been "clearanced" with a hammer to clear the starter.
    $300
    PM me here if interested
     
  7. Karl Bader

    Karl Bader Farmall Cub

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  8. WesV

    WesV Y-Block King

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  9. Mike Moore

    Mike Moore Dreams of Cub Cadets

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    I need a Scout II hard top. The part over the front seat passengers is going to be cut off, so it doesn't matter much, but the rear part I'd like to have in reparable condition. It doesn't have to be nice-nice, but decent. I want to build a "topper" type thing for R/T out of it. From any distance it'll look like a regular hard top, but it will go behind my half cab.

    Anybody got one they can do without?
     
  10. Erik Morton

    Erik Morton High Wheeler

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    Surprising find in local paper (Carroll County Times)

    1955 INTERNATIONAL 3/4 ton state truck, 46,000 miles, no rust, new tires, carburetor, master cylinder, restoration started, $1600 443-250-3574

    It's not mine and I am not interested in any more than crawling around inspecting/learning as the case may be.

    Enjoy,
    Erik
     
  11. WesV

    WesV Y-Block King

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    Scout Sold
     
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  12. Fastcoasty

    Fastcoasty Farmall Cub

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    72' Scout II for parts or whatever

    So, the hammer has fallen on my seven year run at being stationed in my home-town, and now I am on orders to relocate to Camp Lejeune in Jacksonville, NC.
    It is such a big job to decide what is dear enough to drag around to the new house and what isn't. Not a job I really wanted to do.

    I have a 1972 Scout, straight six, auto, manual steering and brakes.
    Body has the usual amount of binder-rash, but not as much as some. some work was done to patch it up many years ago. Also looks like someone tried to rebuild the motor, even has a new carb (at least it was new once).

    I have not tried to start this one, as I only wanted it for parts.

    I have taken the glove-box, the inside vents, the seats and bases, and the sun-visors.
    Oh, and the back glass.

    I have it listed on Clist for $150, but I just want $100, just enough to beat out the junk mans price.

    Thanks! This Scout has a new home now!

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    The truck is in Gloucester, VA 23061 Just email me if you think you can use it.
     
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  13. Fastcoasty

    Fastcoasty Farmall Cub

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    Thanks for all the interest everybody, but the blue Scout has found a new home here locally. I had some calls about it within an hour or so of posting it on here!
    I am just glad it will be used and not scrapped.
     
  14. clintard

    clintard Farmall Cub

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    man the lucky guy who got to it first! Find of the century?
     
  15. tractorman100

    tractorman100 Farmall Cub

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    stu simpson High Wheeler

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    not me, never seen another scout in finksburg in 16+ years
     
  17. Adam B

    Adam B Binder Driver

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    5 MUD TIRES and wheels
    33x12.5x15
    3 are Super Sport MT
    2 are BFG MT
    1/2 to 1/4 tread
    Even wear
    No plugs.
    No leaks.
    White wagon wheels in good shape. 15x8.

    There on Richmond craigslist now. Search "33x12.5x15"

    ODBA Preffered;).

    Send email to paddlethis1@msn.com
     
  18. tractorman100

    tractorman100 Farmall Cub

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    stu simpson High Wheeler

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    Re: Borgeson steering joint 013440

    What is the application it is supposed to be for, or rather how was it wrong for what you are doing? I need to do one, thats why I am asking.
     
  20. tractorman100

    tractorman100 Farmall Cub

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    Stu, on SII's they changed the input shaft on the steering box around '77 from a 13/16 to 3/4.
    I have a 79 so of course I ordered the pre '77 one.
     

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