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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 11-25-2008, 05:33 AM Thread Starter
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557 great price!!

You are looking at a CHP 557 stroker(no pictures sorry just an engine pictures don't show all the goodies) in a production 2 bolt 460 block. This is a use motor with about 50 runs done over 2 years. After removing the engine, I rebuilt the bottom end for good measure no problems and put it on a stand. It is ready to start and be broke in.
This has DOOR super cobra jet iron heads that I ported, .100" longer manley valves, 800 open lift 240 closed valve springs, 13.5:1 comp. forged 4340 H beam rods, 4340 forged crank and forged pistons. It has a front sump moroso oil pan, high volume oil pump, ARP drive shaft, crank girdle. Solid roller cam 760 ish lift 284 @.050 ish (have to find the cam card for interested buyer) solid roller lifters, roller rockers from CHP and girdle for the studs on the rocker arms. Wieand Tunnel ram ported to match heads. It has a Mallory unilite disributor with a bronze gear.

I removed this engine to go bigger. I am building a 694 stroker and need all the cash i can to build a more powerful engine. There is nothing wrong with this engine and is should make about 750 hp. It went [email protected] in a 3300 lbs mustang.
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Seller Phone Number: 802 370 2031

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How much cash are we talking about here? Im intersted.
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I have 12000 in it with parts and machine work and would like to get half but times are tuff so would go as low as 5000.
if you want pics i took the pan, covers, and intake to show the goodies inside. And pics with it assembled. give me your email and i will send the pictures if your interested.
thanks for looking
Also i am in northern vermont in a small town, Enosburg 05450
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any intrest in this thing

summer is comming and i need to move this to complete the 715 engine. Lets talk and make a deal.
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We all know times are tough, BUT what is your bottom dollar...meaning>>>If you cant sell it for this, you wont sell it at all? I just bought a motor and thats why I ask. Don't want to low ball anybody.
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Why Iron heads? Class restriction? I'd be a little hard pressed to spend that kind of money when a set of "A" heads on a motor like this could really wake things up for the same dollar. Is this cast or forged?

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You can throw the heads away and you are still getting a good deal. The heads were purchased for 1600 and with larger valves, springs, machine work, guides and labor was 1800.
If your interested, the heads can come off and sell just the short block.
for less.
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tunnel ram

any interest in seperating the tunnel ram ? is for 4150 or domi's ?
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We all know times are tough, BUT what is your bottom dollar...meaning>>>If you cant sell it for this, you wont sell it at all? I just bought a motor and thats why I ask. Don't want to low ball anybody.
The ad said he would take 5000. what are you asking for yours
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How much money would you need for your engine1bad65 and, what combination? It appears things is going cheaper than I thought they would go.
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How about $5000 to your door in the lower 48 states?
I will take care of shipping to get this out of my way.
Just taking up space on an engine stand.
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carburator to oil pan with headers to for how much????
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