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running 307

Discussion in 'General Parts for Sale' started by cochino12, Nov 11, 2004.

  1. cochino12

    cochino12 1/2 ton status

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    chevy 307, supposed to have been rebuild but I am not sure. GM aluminum intake, and heads from early 80's 350 (I can get casting numbers if needed). How about $100 or best. Thanks

    trade for good pass. fender 73-80
    inner fenders same years
    k5 rear glass
    ????
     
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    I'd be interested in this motor. I'll be in denver next weekend and might even be able to come up with some good 73-80 inner/outer fenders to trade you. Just need to check on a truck I know about for parts /forums/images/graemlins/thumb.gif
     
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    I'd be interested in this motor. I'll be in denver next weekend and might even be able to come up with some good 73-80 inner/outer fenders to trade you. Just need to check on a truck I know about for parts /forums/images/graemlins/thumb.gif

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    Sounds good /forums/images/graemlins/thumb.gif
     
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    Have a good tailgatge?
     
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    I dont have any Blazer specific parts. The fenders I have now are rust free, but some minor dents that are very fixable. Good rust free inner fenders with them and even a core support if you would like it. I think the pass side fender was in pretty good shape and the drivers side was the one with the big dent, but I need to double check them. Havent had a chance yet trying to get ready for the trip to Denver. Though right now it looks like I'm going to need to post pone the trip 1-2 weeks due to my clutch not working when I got the new motor going for the first time tonight...
     
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  7. J.R.

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    dont be to fast to give this motor away for cheap bucks. if its an early 70's 307 block, some of them can be bored out .100 over . lots of dirt track racers like these old blocks to use. just a little fyi.. good luck
     
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    boring a 307 1.125" just turns it into a 4" bore block

    thats a 302, 327, and 350 bore/block

    spend the $ on a 350 or 400 block, unless you want to spend the extra $ and still have a 2 bolt block- which probably doesnt matter in your case
    youd be safer with a 4" bore block rather than boring out a 3.875 bore block

    if you decide on boring it out then have the cylinder walls checked to make sure thers enough iron in the walls, just because its a 68-73 block doesnt mean its got thick enough jacket walls around the cylinders


    but why when you could just go pick up a 69-79 years 3970010 or 3970014 4 bolt 010 020 high nickle and tin block for cheap, they are common as hell



    http://www.clubhotrod.com/t9845-15-2.html


    good luck
     

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