Feuling 4 Valve Hemi Crate Motor 97", Brand New on 2040-parts.com
Clancy, Montana, United States
Country/Region of Manufacture:United States
Brand new, never fired Feuling 4 valve 97".
I recently purchased a large inventory of Feuling heads and there were a few motors in crates, brand new. With Crane Hi4 ignitions. These were built by RPM Motorsports. Please call or text with questions 4069801244.
I would be interested in selling the majority of the parts as a lot. Contact me to discuss.
For some reason eBay won't let me address shipping, if it it now is used I will cover shipping. If not, shipping will be actual cost paid for by purchaser.
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