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07-06-2003 10:50 PM
350 Block - Heads - Crank Combo

I have a 350 2-Bolt block sitting around fresh out of the machine shop with a .030 bore and it's ready for build-up.I also have a set of heads that I believe were rebuilt to factory-specs and ready for use also.Then,I have a 350 cast-crank with a .010-.010 turn and ready for an engine.What would you guys ask for all of this?I would like to sell them seperate,but I would sell them as a "kit" if the price was right.I'm going to advertise them in the local paper next week and see what I can get.Here's what I have figured:

Block - $250
Heads - $250
Crank - $100

Does this sound too expensive or would you guys ask more?These are extra parts that I have sitting around in the way from the time that I was going to do a 350 Conversion with a Datsun Z Car.Let me know.


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