Company: AA Midwest Cores
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AA Midwest Makes Inventory of Vintage Engine Cores Available to Engine Builders
“Memory Lane” section of website highlights engine cores from 1929 to present
A visit to the AA Midwest Cores website is literally like taking a trip down automotive memory lane. AA Midwest, a division of AAEQ Manufacturers and Recyclers, has made available to machine shops and engine builders the company’s vast inventory of engine cores that date back as far as 1929.
The company’s “Memory Lane” website section lists vintage engine cores available for sale, including a 1929 Studebaker flathead six-cylinder engine. Other notable engine cores include the 1949-54 Packard inline 8 flathead, 1942-52 Willys flathead 4 cylinder, and 1960-64 Corvair six cylinder. The company’s vast inventory includes all makes and models from 1929 to present with long and short blocks, bare blocks, cylinder heads, connecting rods and crankshafts. Inventory is subject to prior sale. The company’s online inventory is regularly updated, so customers should check back periodically for the latest updates. Visit the company’s website at www.aamidwestcores.com and click “Memory Lane.”
William “Billy” Stolberg, president and COO, AAEQ, encourages customers who don’t find the unique and rare engine core they are looking for to contact the company. “Please call us with your hard-to-find cores or parts needs,” said Stolberg. “With the resources we have available, we can usually find what a customer is looking for. We enjoy the challenge and the opportunity to serve people.”
To find out more about AA Midwest’s inventory of vintage engine cores, contact 800-426-8771, or visit www.aamidwestcores.com.
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