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BELWOOD, ONT

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Its a 1962 Pontiac 398 15H block. Standard bore not seized dirty and complete. What's it worth?



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http://www.ebay.com/itm/1962-PONTIAC-389-Block-3x2-Carb-348hp-4-Bolt-Stand-Bore-GM-538181-Dated-K-10-1-/331284389461?pt=Vintage_Car_Truck_Parts_Accessories&hash=item4d22169e55&vxp=mtr



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Don't have my books any more [went with the car] 2 bbl,4bbl. 3x2 engine???? The one Carl pointed you too is a Rare & sought after block!!! So what have you got??? If a 2bbl engine might get a couple hundred. These engine cost an arm & leg + left "NUT" to rebuild!! Ask me ,been there done that, & I lost my Tee shirt too Pete

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BELWOOD, ONT

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I hear you Pete, I just finished a one year only 1963 Pontiac 336cu. Not the most cost effective way to go but still a Pontiac under the hood.

And if I had the block that was pointed out I wouldn't even be considering selling it. Mine is a 4 barrel I believe 265 HP 389 from a Bonneville. I was guessing $300 but no takers at that price. Just wondering, thanks for chiming in.

Heath

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I'm not a GM fan, but I mean, $300. for a 389 block...that's under $1. a lb.

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