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Old 25-04-19, 14:08
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Default Carrier engine

Just a heads up, RR Motor services have a complete crated Carrier engine and gearbox for sale, in case someone needs one. No price listed, it's on Milweb.
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Old 25-04-19, 14:25
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Wow, so that's I call a nice find!
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Old 25-04-19, 15:11
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Box says C49WC which is Windsor carrier. I thought they had shielded ignition.
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Old 25-04-19, 18:39
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Nice glass top and I have found my new coffee table!
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Old 26-04-19, 03:08
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Box says C49WC which is Windsor carrier. I thought they had shielded ignition.
I'm wondering if a genuine shipping crate would be marked as "Ford Engine" on the side? Also, the Ford part number for "Engines with transmission" is not 6097, that is only for a complete engine assembly alone. The blue paint also appears brighter/lighter than other examples of genuine Ford blue that I've seen.
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Old 26-04-19, 06:13
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Box says C49WC which is Windsor carrier. I thought they had shielded ignition.
Correct. Quite unique, fully shielded ignition.
Also correct, Tony ... C49WC 6097 is less transmission.

Of note ... a mechanical starter on the Windsor Carrier, both models.
Transmission adapter as well as intake manifold measures up to WC.
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Old 26-04-19, 09:09
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A very expensive Christmas present at 13,000 ono
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