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Good talking with you Walt,

I'm excited about this challenge. My phone no. is two oh six 85one-7318. I can come up whenever. I am thinking I will bring an extra body to help move the motors.

So I will be looking for parts locally also - if you happen to come across the name/contact info of the local mechanic(s) you may be needing some help with this. I live in bellevue - and am looking now for a place to do the work as I'm staying on a boat down here.


I can't send email thru Sailnet yet as I don't have a sufficient number of posts - please let me know if you get this.

Thanks again

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Rebuilding 2 A4s Walt - Seattles

Hi to anyone curious about these motors in the above thread- I picked it them up from Walt and am in the rebuild process. Also removed the A4 from the Newport & tore it down except valves, crank, piston, trans still in place - oil pan & externals & plates removed. Starting a new thread about this - may have some leftover parts, etc. - See Seattle A4 rebuilding. Advice &/or help (barter?) greatly appreciated. Total are 3 motors - except missing head. Many parts great, others horribly corroded, 1 cracked block/raw cooled, 1 block w/ out of round but seems good/raw cooled, 1 fresh cooled but submerged, pistons frozen & immovable even w/out crankshaft.
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