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Old 25 August 2005, 10:45 AM   #1
CORVUS
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Continental 670 Radial Engine

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I wanted a second opinion regarding the purchase price of a Continental 7 cylinder radial engine. It has 0 hours since it's last major overhaul and it comes with a spare engine as well. The inside of the cylinders have been chromed. It used to belong to the Navy. The asking price is $4000. Does this sound like a good deal, a typical deal, or a bad deal. It sounds good to me but I just wanted to know if I was being a bit to anxious.
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