Author Topic: TRADE: 67 200cid Thermactor System If you need, let's talk  (Read 1763 times)

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TRADE: 67 200cid Thermactor System If you need, let's talk
« on: October 26, 2015, 12:46:23 PM »
I have a fairly complete 67 Thermactor System for a 67 Mustang, Straight-6 200 cid.
Included: Pump, Mounting Brackets and adjusting brackets, Many hoses and check valve, Gulp valve with mounting bracket (backfire valve), AIR Tubes, usable, very nice (not rusty) a few factory clamps and a few parts NOT original such as a hose or two. Has the filter canister and hose to air filter and many very difficult to locate small parts & pieces. See photos below for an idea of what is here.

I have need for 67-68 ROCKER MOLDINGS, NOS prefered or really nice. I have a good set now, so I am not looking for good enough but show quality.

May have other interest in other exterior moldings (grille or hood) or WHAT DO YOU HAVE that is 67 and goes along with my signature (below)???

If you have a need for this thermactor system otherwise...we can PM messaging to work something out.

I am sure I have other interests for my project so 67 Mustang parts are the only interested trade at this time.

Richard

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« Last Edit: March 02, 2016, 01:17:30 PM by 67gtasanjose »
Richard Urch

1967 (11/2/66, S.J.) Luxury Coupe, 289-4V w/Thermactor Emissions, C-4, Well Optioned
2005 (04/05) GT Premium Convertible, Windveil Blue, Parchment Top w/Med. Parchment interior,  Roush Body Appointments

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Re: TRADE: 67 200cid Thermactor System ~Needing 67-68 ROCKER MOLDINGS or OTHER
« Reply #1 on: December 17, 2015, 02:17:51 PM »
Not interested in the system but I do have the nos parts your asking about.

NOS Rocker moldings $550 ups included
all nos front 5 pieces of moldings both wide and center wide. both thin aluminum $550 ups included.

if interested I do have a pair of 67 front fenders, both front fender extensions, RH door skin, tail light panel, front valance. soon a gt rear valance. All nos

Troy in Oregon

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Re: TRADE: 67 200cid Thermactor System ~Needing 67-68 ROCKER MOLDINGS or OTHER
« Reply #2 on: December 17, 2015, 04:42:56 PM »
pm sent
Richard Urch

1967 (11/2/66, S.J.) Luxury Coupe, 289-4V w/Thermactor Emissions, C-4, Well Optioned
2005 (04/05) GT Premium Convertible, Windveil Blue, Parchment Top w/Med. Parchment interior,  Roush Body Appointments

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Re: TRADE: 67 200cid Thermactor System If you need, let's talk
« Reply #3 on: March 02, 2016, 01:17:58 PM »
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Richard Urch

1967 (11/2/66, S.J.) Luxury Coupe, 289-4V w/Thermactor Emissions, C-4, Well Optioned
2005 (04/05) GT Premium Convertible, Windveil Blue, Parchment Top w/Med. Parchment interior,  Roush Body Appointments

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Re: TRADE: 67 200cid Thermactor System If you need, let's talk
« Reply #4 on: March 05, 2016, 06:27:32 AM »
Hi Richard,
Do you mean these bolts..? I would say my engine is original.
I didn't know how to attach the pic in the PM option, sorry to post I here.
Not sure it's worth to re-install thermactor in my 66 San Jose coupe. Also, what parts are you missing there.? Do I need many..? Easy to find..? Guess a good mechanic should do the work, with adjustments and everything.. For price and S&H is fine, but have to see the pros and cons..
1966 Mustang Hardtop 200 Inline 6 - Arcadian Blue - C4 - Thermactor - 6R07T213966 - San Jose built June 11th 1966 - DSO 71
1966 Mustang Convertible 289-2V - Vintage Burgundy - AT PS DB - 6F08C109403 - Dearborn built September 9th 1965 - DSO 36

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Re: TRADE: 67 200cid Thermactor System If you need, let's talk
« Reply #5 on: March 05, 2016, 08:07:59 AM »
Hi Richard,
Do you mean these bolts..? I would say my engine is original.
I didn't know how to attach the pic in the PM option, sorry to post I here.
Not sure it's worth to re-install thermactor in my 66 San Jose coupe. Also, what parts are you missing there.? Do I need many..? Easy to find..? Guess a good mechanic should do the work, with adjustments and everything.. For price and S&H is fine, but have to see the pros and cons..

Yes, those are the plugs (should be 6 of them) that were screwed into the holes where the tubes originally went in for the Thermactor system.

The bolts I do not have are the bolts that would mount the pump and brackets to the engine block. The bolts available with this pump, hoses, tubes, brackets etc. are the pump mounting longer bolts and the pulley mounting bolts. I'll PM you with more details.

 
Richard Urch

1967 (11/2/66, S.J.) Luxury Coupe, 289-4V w/Thermactor Emissions, C-4, Well Optioned
2005 (04/05) GT Premium Convertible, Windveil Blue, Parchment Top w/Med. Parchment interior,  Roush Body Appointments