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« on: August 12, 2010, 11:01:30 PM »

On Craigslist in Los Angeles:

1968 Z/28 MO 302 SHORT BLOCK
Casting #3914678
Casting Date: D-2-8
Assembly Date: V0404MO
VIN #18L337887
Crank Shaft #3923279

This is a genuine MO 302 rebuilt short block (not a restamp) out of a Los Angeles built Z/28, standard bore with original GM pistons. There is virtually no ridge on the cylinder walls--if you run your finger across it, you can barely feel the transition. Partial hone marks are still visibile in the cylinders. This motor was taken out of a running vehicle. It has some miles on it since it was rebuilt, but I do not know how many. All I know is that it was rebuilt and running strong. The story goes that it was in an El Camino and it was too much motor for the car. So it was removed and placed into storage until I purchased it. It was a complete motor at the time, but the heads and intake were incorrect, so they were removed. The motor is very clean inside and out, except for the carbon you see on the pistons. This motor has the correct crank, pink rods, pistons, and windage tray. It also has a high performance cam and lifters--not sure of the grind, but it is supposed to be more on the radical side. This motor comes as pictured--what you see is what you get. If serious, please call. No emails, please. Thanks for looking.

Call: (818) 437-4796
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