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WATERFORD, ONT

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Found this one and looks really nice, just wondering what you all think it might be worth, thanks for any help. For sale 1969 chevy c10 big block 427 from 1969 corvete rectangle port heads same year vett .Transmsion is 700r4 with shift kit b&m trans cooler.Amaricin racing rims 17x8 inch frount 18x10 inch rear.Lowered with CPP performance complet kit coils frount and rear cpp frount sway bar rear cpp pan hard bar bell tech shocks and spindels.CPP performance master cilinder & brake booster.Interior is custom seat door panels ect full Auto meter gauges steering wheel tilt billit turn & tilt handles.This truck did come from Californa Trun key truck i have driven every where


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COBBLE HILL, BC

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About half of what the asking price is.

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FOXBORO, ONT

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if the 427 is in fact a numbered correct complete 69 vette engine with those heads it in its self will have a separate value. how much i don't know but i know some guys that would know. my guess would be in the 7 to 9 thou area if it is one. as for the truck its self i wouldn't know.

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AYLMER, ONT

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Like shag said,if that's a 'vettte numbers engine,itself is worth some coin.



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TORONTO, ONT

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it depends on the 427. The rectangle port heads can easily be worth a few grand alone if they have the right date codes.

The 427 L71 or L88 where the only rectangle port Vette big blocks that year - so that would be a big dollar motor with the right codes.

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ALLAN PARK, ONT

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Also, the engine would be high compression.....11:1.....way too high for todays gas.

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BELLEVILLE, ONT

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It's worth what someone is willing to pay.
Hard to give an appraisal without even seeing a pictures of the truck.

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DUNNVILLE, ONT

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Looking through a old casting book I have, killing time, I found these casting #, maybe it will help


Casting numbers 69 427 heads

l-71,L-88 Ls-6 3964291 427-454 69-70 Reg port, 219/188 325 cc intake, iron
l-71 3919840 396-427 67-69 Rec 206/177 107 cc
l-88 3919842 396-427 68-69 Rec 219/188 106cc Alum. 

                                     Blocks

3935439 427 68/69 2 0r 4 bolt

3963512 427-454 69-71 2 or 4 bolt, COPO



-- Edited by pickledsilly on Monday 27th of April 2015 10:46:03 PM

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