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Cadillac 390 Engine on 2040-parts.com

US $1,500.00
Location:

Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States

Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States

Selling my 1962 cadillac 390 6.4l. I tore the motor down 100%. Cleaned all parts and honed the cylinders. All new gaskets and seals. Painted with electronic ignition and manifolds and new plugs and wires and rebuilt water pump and oil pump and fuel pump. No power steering pump or stater. The valve covers had a little leak on the first start ups. Need a good cleaning where the headers stop. I have video of the engine running on 12/5/16. Email with any questions. Thanks

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