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    Default WTB Chevy 427.

    Want to buy a rebuildable 427 Chevy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry Z View Post
    Want to buy a rebuildable 427 Chevy.
    Unless you are concerned with casting numbers and date codes, just use any 454 block and a 3.75" stroke crank. I have a couple of actual 427 blocks here that I have been waiting to sell to car guys.

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    I'm sitting on a '69 427, forged GM crankshaft, H beam rods, iron rectangle port heads, roller rockers. Has a 2 gear helical cut gear drive that's a factory item to allow for reverse rotation engines in twin applications. Big oil pan, nice flywheel, magnaflow pump on marine front cover. No intake, no ignition. I think it is 10 over now. I was saving it to build but may go in another direction. I have no clue what a fair price would be but am willing to listen. Located in Fresno, Ca

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    Quote Originally Posted by obnoxious001 View Post
    Unless you are concerned with casting numbers and date codes, just use any 454 block and a 3.75" stroke crank. I have a couple of actual 427 blocks here that I have been waiting to sell to car guys.
    I have a 69 camaro that I need a 427 for. What are you looking to get for yours?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry Z View Post
    I have a 69 camaro that I need a 427 for. What are you looking to get for yours?
    I know I have at least two, and believe one to be still a standard bore. What date do you need and I will check, one is easy to get to, the other one stashed a little deeper.

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