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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old Sep 9th, 14, 02:27 PM Thread Starter
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Just replaced the starter on my '67, is the old one (delco-remy) worth hanging onto, or is it worth something to anyone? thanks,Randy
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Just replaced the starter on my '67, is the old one (delco-remy) worth hanging onto, or is it worth something to anyone? thanks,Randy
It's worth is arbitrary based on the need by someone looking for period correct items to refurbish for future use. Who knows, you could get lucky in selling or it could become a good boat anchor!

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Re: old delco-remy starter

See if it has any date code on it and go from there. If it's original to the car and you think you may want to keep it, then hang onto it. I know I've replaced some parts on my 68 Chevy II that were original to the car but I've saved them instead of turning them back in for the core charge. The parts I've saved I may refurbish and reinstall later or include them on the deal if I ever sell the car.

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Re: old delco-remy starter

Same here.. I still have original alternator start , brake hoses, pads shoes engine /trans mounts... heaps of stuff... they are good for reference, and as stated above, doesnt take much to replace armatures bearings etc if need be

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Re: old delco-remy starter

Thanks for the replies, think I'll hang onto it then, as the core charge, I found out was only $7.00! Randy
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as the core charge
OK translate that into Kiwi english lol

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Re: old delco-remy starter

Core charge = the fee charged to the customer when buying a rebuildable part.
Example: as above, buy a rebuilt starter, a core charge is also added on.
Once rebuilt starter is installed, the removed starter is returned for credit of the core charge, you get your $7 USD back upon transfer of the rebuildable unit, regardless of the part.

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Re: old delco-remy starter

Core change= unit exchange
ie swap the old stuffed unit thats 'sucked a kumura' for the new and get a discount

Thanks.. not often I have to ask for a american/ kiwi translation

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