'69 CL450 - but look closely at the first picture, then read the story
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    '69 CL450 - but look closely at the first picture, then read the story

    Engine back together finger-tight... why is it in the frame? and love that seat prop, right there next to the factory piece

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/273969570532
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    Well the engine is back in the frame so you don't know what else it's missing inside LOL

    This ad makes no sense to me and I think he added one too many zeroes on that asking price.
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    What's the deal with the intake cam shaft? Is that just a cover or is the seal missing too?
    Kinda pricey.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikemo View Post
    What's the deal with the intake cam shaft? Is that just a cover or is the seal missing too?
    Kinda pricey.
    Pricey yes, for something that appears to be assembled but really isn't. Apparently an engine rebuild was in the works until the PO decided it was more than he could do, and a dealer (?) supposedly re-assembled it and stuck it in the frame... bearing caps are off the intake cam, God knows what else is missing
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    Way too much money, some nice parts there.
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