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What does a 1965 T Code I6 with drive train sell for?

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I have a very nice I6. Has 120lbs on each cylinder. Rebuilt trans with rear end.

I am converting the entire drive train. Looking to list the drive train after Crusin the Coast. What is fair price?

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Complete from carb-to-pan engine with C4 automatic, I presume? I'd say $400-500? If the rear axle is a 3.20 gear and quiet you might get $200-300 from someone with a "cooked" one.
 

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It's rare when someone pops in here looking for one. In my neck of the woods if someone offers you any money above scrap value, you take it and be glad you don't have to trip over it for the next few years or haul it off for scrap yourself.
 

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FordSix.com! But it all depends. I saw a '65 200 sit forever on craigslist for $50 around here, it finally got parted out. Or a nice one can go for hundreds of dollars.
 

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I’ve junked one because there was no interest and I needed it gone. But if there was a real interest I’d says maybe $500 for engine and trans.
 

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For a recently rebuilt 200 I6 and good condition transmission I got $500 In 2017. I consider myself lucky. No one else inquired about it.

Allen
 
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