|06-22-2004 10:53 PM|
|06-22-2004 06:53 PM|
|lluciano77||Call all of the local machine shops. There was one less than a quarter mile from where I live that had the block I bought. I got it for $200. Just make sure you bring an inside micrometer when you go shopping for blocks. Make sure it is was they say it is.|
|06-22-2004 05:17 PM|
I've found four of them in the last 6 months. Look in the fullsize chebby's and 3/4 ton trucks. Between '70 and '80. I found one in a dumptruck.
If you lucky the jyd owner doesn't know the difference between a 307 and a 400. If the cat knows what it is then he'll be keeping it, idiots think they are made of gold now.
|06-22-2004 01:35 PM|
I think your best bet for that use is like chris said "aftermarket"
|06-22-2004 12:01 PM|
|06-22-2004 11:35 AM|
|06-22-2004 11:24 AM|
Good luck, since GM only made them 10 years, they are scarce anymore. Aftermarket will be your best bet.
|06-22-2004 11:22 AM|
Where can I find a 400 block?