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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 07-25-2013, 05:41 PM Thread Starter
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I have one hell of a package deal.
Complete short block 429 rebuilt by local machine shop with forged flat top pistons everything is balanced including the balancer and flywheel, ($2,900 paid)
I set of Dove C heads checked and ported that are bare. Set of C9VE heads bare and stock. One standard bore 460 block DIVE. It has new freeze plugs and cam bearings installed. One new Harmonic Balancer, new flywheel, Edelbrock 650 with hard line paid ($420) barley any time on it. I will take $1,500 for everything. I am willing to drive to meet. 601-218-2122. Vicksburg, Ms
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WHAT!!!!!

you are the most confused person I've ever know, you must have someone telling you that your 429 is junk or something??? you have a lot of good stuff to be able to build a very good street motor, are you drag racing? mud racing? truck pulling? no you told me that you are building a street motor for your truck, what makes me mad is you have been jerking me around for over 2 weeks with texes and phone calls, I will help anyone and give the shirt off my back but don't tell me that you are going to do something with me and then waist my time
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I am buying a complete motor so I have no need for this stuff. I have not wasted your time. I just changed my mind about buying your heads. I do appreciate your advice but I just figure a assembled motor will be easier
Since I don't know that much about builds.
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WHAT!!!!!

what ever dude, you also said that the machine shop was doing it for you so how much easier is it, at least you know everything about your motor and its fresh, so are you going to tear it down and check it out or just stick it in????
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