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    cws427 is offline CHR Junior sMember Visit my Photo Gallery
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    427 ford steel crank

     



    I have an original 427 steel crank. Looking to sell it. Are these worth anything to people anymore now with new cranks on the market?

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    There will always be a niche market for OEM performance parts, though it does seem to be getting smaller all the time! Depending on what the shaft fits, it's date code, etc. it could have a decent value---but---finding the guy who needs it and wants it enough to part with some decent money is tough. The more information you can provide on the crank, all the numbers, exact dimensions of the journals measured with a micrometer, and of course a current maganaflux certificate will also increase it's attractiveness to an OEM builder....
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    Thanks. I had it checked out about 10 years ago and was told it eas fine but could stand a .010/.010 turn. Was thinking of having it checked again and have the paperwork to go with it.

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    There ya go!!! As with anything old and original, documentation is the key!
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    I am interested. How much do you want for it?
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