Blocks and Head - make me an offer

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Blocks and Head - make me an offer

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I have three blocks and a cast iron cylinder head that I'm ready to part with.

Block #13648 is a 3-main block. Mostly stripped of all hardware. Bore diameters are between 3.433"-3.437". It will most likely need to be bored up to the next size.

Block #02694 is a 3-main block. It still has most of the hardware attached, freeze plugs, etc. Bore diameters are all right around 3.43" It's in slightly better condition than Block #13648

Block #63610 is a 5-main block. This was the block that was my race engine for the first couple of years. It's been well prepped, oil galleries tapped for pipe plugs, smothing of the internal castings, etc. The bores are in OK shape, but need to be honed. Bore diameter is around 3.48". This is the best block of the three, but would probably need to be sleeved to remain legal for bore size after honing.

The cylinder head is a cast-iron head, and was the head originally used with the race car. Valve diameters are stock, and I believe the valve springs are as well. Head is in good condition, and comes with the themostat housing and radiator fill adapter plate. No rocker shaft assembly included, but with a little cleanup, this would be a very serviceable head.

Pictures for everything can be found here:
http://www.risensonracing.com/images/images.html
Click on the images for a larger view.

Blocks do come with bearing caps.

Make me an offer (any offer), you pay shipping, and it's yours. Thanks for helping me clean out my garage! :)
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All of this stuff is currently in storage, and I'm getting ready to start junking some of this stuff. I'd like to see these blocks, heads, and cranks go to someone who can put them to good use.

They are free!!! You pay shipping, or pick them up.
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Post by Chris Coker »

Blocks are gone. Cast iron head is gone, as it one of the Aluminum head cores. Still have two Al heads, but one is probably only good for a paperweight.
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