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05-13-2012 07:34 PM
Dave C. PCV was placed on the vavle cover in 68. In 67 it was on the oil fill tube off the intake manifold. If the block is ok, then sell it to someone restoring an old Vette, Camaro, Nova or Chevelle. Guys are always looking for dated stuff, same with the heads and intake. If you are still set on building a fun SBC, try to find a Vortec engine with 062 or 906 heads. The technology placed in the cylinder heads and block are well worth it compared to the older stuff.
05-11-2012 08:42 AM
1971BB427
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Originally Posted by Blazin72
In the picture with the broken and bent connecting rods you can clearly see the bosses for the side mounts.


The first year of the 350 was 1967.
My mistake, you're right on the '67 year. But the draft tube is a puzzler. I thought the PCV valve started around 1964, and replaced the draft tube in all small block Chevys.
05-11-2012 05:11 AM
da34guy Whatcha got there is ---------
A BIG DOOR STOP
05-10-2012 09:49 PM
Blazin72
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Originally Posted by 1971BB427
If it's an early 265 or 283 without side mounts, then it wont fit into later cars requiring side motor mounts
In the picture with the broken and bent connecting rods you can clearly see the bosses for the side mounts.

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For future reference, they didn't make a 350 in 1967
The first year of the 350 was 1967.
05-10-2012 07:50 PM
1971BB427 That's a very early SBC, and it may be early enough that it doesn't have side mounts on the motor if that distributor is original to the motor. The later distributors did not have an oiler on them like that. If it's an early 265 or 283 without side mounts, then it wont fit into later cars requiring side motor mounts, so even if it was salvageable it wont work in many applications.
For future reference, they didn't make a 350 in 1967. Sorry you got taken by a crook.
05-09-2012 03:26 PM
lg1969 $300 for the engine, $400 - $500 at the shop. $800 You can a get a rebuild 350 motor for $800 with brand new parts. Take that engine back where you got it tell him shove it and get your money back.
05-09-2012 06:38 AM
Blazin72 Take the block to the machine shop. It could still be good. I had a 350 that had thrown a rod and taken a chunk out of the bottom of a cylinder and ended putting that engine back together with a supercharger and drove it for several years.
05-08-2012 10:52 PM
S10 Racer I have been in the same boat as you, believing what I was told only to find out I was lied too. I would call the guy back and tell him what you found and ask him for your money back on the motor. It never hurts to ask. The engine stand probably is'nt worth $300.00 unless it can dispense beer too. Sorry for your misfortune but I'm sure everyone here has had something similar happen to them so don't feel like the only fool on earth. Next time, ask to pull the oil pan and inspect it before shelling out money.
05-08-2012 05:07 PM
eloc431962 This is just sad as heck.



Cole
05-07-2012 07:53 PM
GMCBEAST
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Originally Posted by the nitro man
it looks like a 327 to me. also i would take it back to the guy i got it from & stick it up his ars.
I also thought 327 or even a 283. It sucks people will try to rip others off like that. A rod knock, huh? You know good and damn well when you turn your oil pan into a jewelry box! Sorry about your misfortunes, maybe between that carb, intake and those heads you can make your money back. I wouldn't try to do anything with that block though it looks busted in the pics and I'm sure there's issues you can't see. Good luck.
05-07-2012 01:25 AM
cobalt327

The carb number from the driver side of the carb will tell you the exact year of this carb. More here.
05-06-2012 08:25 PM
454C10 look for a 96 to 2000 350 vortec engine. These engines came with factory roller cams and vortec heads. Should be able to get one in good condition for less than 600.00.

Only thing worth saving on that engine is the q-jet. The engine is worth about $25 at the metal salvage.
05-06-2012 07:57 PM
the nitro man it looks like a 327 to me. also i would take it back to the guy i got it from & stick it up his ars.
05-06-2012 06:54 PM
Richiehd
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Originally Posted by Ron Golden

I'd suggest you throw everything away, get a good book on how to rebuild a SB Chevy. Buy David Vizards book and it will step you through a rebuild.

Ron
Keep the $300.00 engine stand
05-06-2012 05:02 PM
6426yy Sorry dude you got ripped off!
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