A few parts from my 1300 x19

Discussion in 'FS&W Forum' started by WubbaLubba, Feb 5, 2020.

  1. WubbaLubba

    WubbaLubba New Member

    Location:
    Wa
    Hey I know I'm new and unknown here but I have a few pieces from my X that I am looking to sell. I will be pulling the engine to make room for my swap and figured I would offer some parts up in case anyone needed anything. I never could get the engine to start due to low compression and not 100% sure what is causing that yet. I have tried to sell the engine and trans locally as a complete set but no takers so I am willing to tear them down to pieces and ship off anything that you might need. I will start posting individual prices as I get into it.

    I also have -
    new timing belt $10
    new cap/rotor/points ignition set $10
    new valve cover gasket (I'll throw it in if you purchase something else)
    steering wheel with good grip - $20
    stock wheel spacers (4) - $15
    gauge cluster, unknown condition and foggy face - $25
    Good complete Italian Weber 32Datra carb and an extra core - $50 for both
    Carb fan, untested - $10
    Coolant reservoir - $10

    Prices are very flexible as I'm new to the X world and have no clue what stuff is actually going for!

    Thanks
    Tom
     

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    Last edited: Feb 20, 2020 at 5:01 AM
  2. CnC79X19

    CnC79X19 True Classic

    I'm interested in the header Tom. Pm'd
     
  3. Dr.Jeff

    Dr.Jeff True Classic

    Location:
    Sin City
    Cliff, don't you already have one of those headers? :D


    I'm also interested in the header Tom.

    By the way, you will be getting a message soon telling you that the forum rules require you to list prices for all parts offered for sale. ;)
     
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  4. WubbaLubba

    WubbaLubba New Member

    Location:
    Wa
    Updated, thank you!
     
  5. CnC79X19

    CnC79X19 True Classic

    Hey Tom,
    I've decided to pass on this. It's all Doc's
     
  6. Daniel Forest

    Daniel Forest True Classic

    Location:
    Montreal,Canada
    The header remind me of the top part of the 1974 Ansa header/exhaust system. I couldn't find any pics of it on Google.
     
  7. rx1900

    rx1900 1981 X1/9

    Yes Daniel...I believe you are correct !!!

    They appear to be indeed the header portion of a '74 Ansa system. Like this one:
    ansa header 2.jpg

    Just the header part is like this. I have 2 sets of them. Looks identical to me:
    ansa header.jpg

    Nicely made. Appear to me to be a 400 series stainless.

    More pics and dimensions can be found way down on page 2 of this thread:
    https://xwebforums.com/forum/index.php?threads/my-ideal-header.16768/

    Good luck with the sale. Hope this helps. Doug
     
  8. EJP

    EJP Low Mileage

    Location:
    Monroeville, PA
    Hi Tom,
    I am looking for the thermo switch and mounting block that controls/runs the carb fan . It attaches to one of the rear carb studs and the switch has 2 electrical blade connectors coming out of the back. The one I need does not screw into the carb directly. I am told this set up was used on 73 and 74 cars only. My car is a 79 with a 74 carb. From your photos it looks like yours is still in place. Would you be willing to sell those two pieces off of the engine? I really only need the mounting block as I have access to a good switch, but would take both. Please let me know if you want to do this and how many $. Thanks.
    Ed
     
  9. Dr.Jeff

    Dr.Jeff True Classic

    Location:
    Sin City
    Hey Ed, I'm curious. Your car being a '79, doesn't it have the fan switch mounted to the head (opposite side of engine) near the other temp switch? Or was that only on some specs like Calif smog cars?

    EDIT: Ooops, I just saw your new thread asking for this. My post would have been better there, sorry.
     
  10. WubbaLubba

    WubbaLubba New Member

    Location:
    Wa
    Both of the carbs that I have are the type where the thermoswitch bolts directly into the carb base. Sorry.
     

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