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Just purchased an integrated Chevy 250 with 40,098 original miles for $300.
It was removed for a V8 swap.
These engines are so easy to swap in a Defender, it will be painted up and installed in our 110 daily driver complete with 250 AMP alternator, AC compressor, and Saignaw Power Steering pump.
The AC will get hooked back up.
The great running dirty Chevy 250 that comes out of our 110 that we didn't bother to paint, that was our first prototype install, will be painted and used in our Dormobile camper build.

Thankful that some of the Fastenal 3PL locations have re-opened.
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Based on the casting it looks like a Chevy 250. Any reason I can't drop this in the Defender? I mean, who wouldn't want a boat motor in their truck!
 

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Yes the reason is that it is not suited for use in a motor vehicle.
 
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