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408w Ford Mustang Racing Motor 351w Dart Block Sportsman Series on 2040-parts.com

US $12,000.00
Location:

Houston, Texas, United States

Houston, Texas, United States
Condition:New

I am selling a 408w (351w Dart Sportsman Block).  This is a professionally built motor by Houston Engine & Balancing.  It has all forged internals.  Eagle Forged Crank, Eagle Forged Connecting Rods, and JE Dished Pistons.  Arp Bolts were installed on the Connecting Rods for durability.  Compression is 10 to 1.  It also has AFR 205 Heads, with Crower Springs.  Intake Manifold is an EFI Trick Flow Intake.  All the internals are from Ford Racing:  Double Roller Timing Chain, Roller Lifters.  The Roller Rockers are Crane Gold Race Version at 1.6.  Cam is a Comp Cam Hydraulic Roller, 230/236 555/576 las 110.  Ford Racing EFI Valve Covers, Comp Cams Custom Push Rods.  Ford Racing SFI Approved Harmonic Balancer, Ford Racing High Volume Racing Oil Pump, and Shaft.  Ford Racing Timing Cover.  Moroso 7 quart Racing Oil Pan with Windage Tray.  All gaskets are Top of the line From Felpro, and ARP Bolts everywhere, including Head Studs.  This a performance motor that can be raced or daily driven.  Built to last, and all hard parts are from the best manufacturers.  It took a year to build and just don1t have time for this project anymore.  Got married and had kids, and project is just sitting in the garage.  Its time for a new home.  Never used, its brand new.  I am willing to take reasonable offers, but I am not starving.  I will not sell to some kid, it is a professionally built motor for street strip racing, not for kids.  I can be reached by phone for any questions my name is Sam 713-725-3059.  I will deliver from Houston Texas up to 50 miles.  I WILL NOT DELIVER, DELIVERY IS UP TO YOU, BUT I CAN TAKE IT TO FED-EX, OR UPS.  I HAVE NEVER DELIVERED A MOTOR CROSS COUNTRY, SO ITS UP TO YOU.  IF YOU HAVE NEGATIVE FEEDBACK ON YOUR EBAY ACCOUNT I WILL NOT ACCEPT YOUR OFFER.  I AM A SERIOUS PROFESSIONAL AND DONT HAVE TIME FOR KIDS OR THIEVES.  I PUT THE RECEIPT IN MY PICS, SO YOU KNOW I AM HONEST.  I HAVE OVER $ 12K INVESTED.  I HAVE PUT EVERYTHING I CAN REMEMBER ON THIS PAGE.  IF I DIDNT PUT IT ON THIS PAGE IS BECAUSE I DONT REMEMBER.  I WILL NEED $500 DEPOSIT NO REFUNDABLE ONCE AUCTION IS OVER.  FAILURE TO DO SO WILL DISQUALIFY YOU, AND I WILL PUT A NEGATIVE FEEDBACK ON YOUR PAGE.  IN OTHER WORDS, BE HONEST AND BID IF YOU HAVE THE MONEY, NOT I`M GOING TO GET IT NEXT WEEK.  Not trying to be rude, but don't have time to play games or chase people around.  Happy Bidding, and may the deepest pockets win!!!!      

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