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Old 03-03-2006, 13:54   #1
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Lycoming marine engine

This question probably should be asked elsewhere but I don't know where. I have a old Lycoming 4 cyl that I would like to sell but I don't know where to get any information about selling it. Ebay has add for them but no parts or engines. Is there a market for a very old junk engine?
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Old 03-03-2006, 14:06   #2
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Irwinsailor.

You could try this weblink. I don't know how useful it might be.

I wish you luck!!

http://www.business.com/directory/in...emanufactured/

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Old 17-02-2013, 18:20   #3
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Re: Lycoming marine engine

Irwinsailor,

I just joined this forum and saw your post for a Lycoming engine. I realize it is an extreme long shot, but does that engine still exist?

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Re: Lycoming marine engine

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Irwinsailor,

I just joined this forum and saw your post for a Lycoming engine. I realize it is an extreme long shot, but does that engine still exist?

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the post was in 2006!
the chances are the engine is now a mooring block or remodeled as a toyota
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Re: Lycoming marine engine

I had no idea, personally. Was it gas or diesel? Was it transplanted from a Cessna?
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Re: Lycoming marine engine

I once owned a 1936 Mullins steel boat with a Lycoming marine engine ( it was Gasoline). An antique boat restorer may be interested in the engine if the op still has it given the date of the original posting.
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