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Old 04-07-2011, 11:50 PM   #1
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Hey guys I just wanting to get ur opinion on how much a rebuilt 351 Windsor engine would go for. I took it out my 67 and got it taken care of with some very needed attention. My question is that once I get it put back together how much do y'all think it would go for?
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I'm not sure about 351s so I'll let someone else chime in, but it really depends on the quality of rebuild, how you present it, and if you can find the right buyer.
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I'm not sure about 351s so I'll let someone else chime in, but it really depends on the quality of rebuild, how you present it, and if you can find the right buyer.
Can go from 500 to 10000 man. Like he said ^^ depends on who built it. What parts ect ect.
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Ok I'll see what I can get.. But for the most part got a master rebuild kits has new everything but the crank.. When I took the heads off they were sludge over.. Cleaned them up and put new pushrods and all that.. Looked brand new.. Then the guy that was helping me exchanged mine for some better ones that cane out of a 70 or 80 mustang 351. As for the block itself it was taken very well care of.. We sent it and got it bored out (I'll get the size) and repainted back to factory color.. And they added the orange nonstick paint for under the intake and timing basically anywhere oil will touch the block.
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Ok I'll see what I can get.. But for the most part got a master rebuild kits has new everything but the crank.. When I took the heads off they were sludge over.. Cleaned them up and put new pushrods and all that.. Looked brand new.. Then the guy that was helping me exchanged mine for some better ones that cane out of a 70 or 80 mustang 351. As for the block itself it was taken very well care of.. We sent it and got it bored out (I'll get the size) and repainted back to factory color.. And they added the orange nonstick paint for under the intake and timing basically anywhere oil will touch the block.
So you went with a stroker kit? Is anything forged?
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No was just a basic rebuild kit not striker which wish was.. Nothing forged all cast.. Bored 30 over.. And heads ar E7TE heads which came from 87 trucks that had better flow than mine.. Guy said the ones I had were the absolute worst could have
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Jo Hebert is who I talk in about for ppl that do know him. My engine is still there.. I still need to push 4 more piston head pins in to the new heads and rods.. Polish crank.. And continue with the rebuild
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