....and this might as well be a FOR SALE thread
I am going to get rid of my Pontiac 455 and go in a whole different direction, and i am not really sure how much i may be able to get out of it if i sold it as is.
The engine will come complete, along with a transmission and the complete fuel system, i rebuilt it myself about 3 years ago, and i haven't had any hiccups with it. It runs great for a stock engine, and about a month ago i had a good friend tune the carburetor for me and it runs top notch. I start it when i can and let it run for a while and rev it up a few times just to keep everything lubed up.
here is a run down of what was installed when i built it.
1974 Pontiac 455 block, bored .060 over
brand new stock spec pistons
1 new stock rod (machinist said one of them was out of spec)
Clevitte 77 rod, cam, crank bearings, and piston rings
brand new single roller timing chain set
stock 4x heads (3 angle valve job)
Crane Cams cam and lifter set part #105072 216/216 @ 050 lift; 454/454 dur.
Crane Cams valve springs
Edelbrock P4B intake (performer)
Edelbrock 750cfm, electric choke, vacuum secondary carb. (1 year old)
Russell drop down fuel tube, permashine 90* and straight -6AN fittings and 3~ feet Braided line
Holley "Blue" fuel pump and regulator/ Summit "canister style" filter/ Billet Specialties inline -6AN Male/Male fuel filter
Edelbrock "classic" 14" chrome air cleaner w/ K&N filter
Edelbrock cast Aluminum valve covers w/ Butler perf. 5/16'' gaskets
AutoZone "high performance" water pump
Butler perf. Billet alum. fuel pump block off plate w/ studs (previously stripped threads, so studs were epoxy'd in)
Ebay chrome oil pan (small dent in front)
O'Reilleys REMAN distributor w/ accel ignition module
Transmission:Stock 400 from a 67 GTO. Has a new chrome oil pan, gasket, and filter.
I think thats about it, just looking to see about how much i should ask for it, thanks guys!
There are a few things different in this picture than what it actually looks like now, but you get the idea