Big Block Chevrolet, built and ready to go
402 ci. Big Block Chevy, completely rebuilt, heads were ported (oval, closed chamber), 3 angle valve job, and springs were set up to work with the cam, etc.
Block bored .030 over (now 408 ci.), Keith Black 10:1 pistons, moly rings, rods reconditioned, ARP rod bolts, polished crank, all new bearings, Comp Cams solid lifter cam, (.595 lift, 294 duration), and Erson aluminum roller rockers.
Weiand Stealth dual plane aluminum intake manifold, Edelbrock 1411 750CFM carb.
Milidon 6qt oil pan and Summit HV oil pump/pickup assembly.
Complete MSD ignition system: Pro-Billet distributor, 6AL ignition box, Blaster coil and MSD plugwires.
Polished aluminum valve covers, chrome accessory brackets/pullies, Powermaster one-wire 100A alternator, 19in flex fan.
The engine has about 700 miles on it since break in, and runs great. No harder to mount than a small block chevy, and only weighs about 110lbs more. Over $5K invested, $3000 takes it. Will include the TH350 that it is currently mounted to, a griffin aluminum radiator, a pair of 2200CFM electric fans, thermostatic fan controller, and carb tuning kit with the sale.
The whole deal is currently mounted in my '79 Olds which suffered a catastrophic failure of the ring and pinion at the hands of this engine- so yes you can hear it run if youd like. I have no problem putting this on a pallet and shipping it, although I havent done that before I am sure its not much trouble.
Photo attached shows it with a Holley carb- it actually has an edelbrock installed now.