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Gmc 302 Engine Newly Rebuilt Short Block on

US $2,500.00

Macon, Georgia, United States

Macon, Georgia, United States
Condition:Remanufactured Brand:GMC Manufacturer Part Number:unknown

Up for sale is a newly rebuilt GMC 302 Military Engine.  Has been bored .020 and has new pistons, new Old stock Cam, new oil pump. New Rod and Main Bearings rods have been re-sized, new timing gear. The block has been converted to full flow oiling.  No head, no oil pan.  This is a short block ready to go in that GMC pickup or larger truck. Any shipping shown here is not correct.  I will crate and help ship the engine with whoever the buyer arranges shipping with.  It can also be picked up.  Call with questions. Roger 478-747-4730

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