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    Default Big Block Chevy 468, complete scoop to oil pan

    This is the engine I had in the jet boat last summer. It has just a few hours of run time on it.

    Rebuilt 468 big block chevy
    850 Holley carb, Edelbrock Performer RPM intake, 1" spacer, HEI distributor, MSD plug wires, fully rebuilt heads with new valve springs, new seals,10 degree locks, retainers and lash caps, stainless steel valves (2.25I 1.88E), full roller rockers, JoMar stud girdles, new Comp Cams cam, lifters, and timing chain, forged SpeedPro pistons, ARP main studs, new head bolt kit, new bearings, new rings, Melling oil pump, fabricated aluminum valve covers, FelPro gaskets, stainless steel bolt kit.

    I'm sure I left something out.

    *The alternator mounting bracket and crank pulley will not work with a water pump. That is carried over from the boat rigging.* I put the water pump and T-stat housing on it so I can run it on my test stand*

    Come hear it run.

    This will make someone a nice lake boat or car engine.
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    whats the dollar needed for that old 468
    269-253-0022 DYNODAN

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    Quote Originally Posted by dynodanbbc View Post
    whats the dollar needed for that old 468
    269-253-0022 DYNODAN
    Oops, I left out that minor detail. Thanks!

    $3500

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