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    Ford ALUMINUM Big Block for sale

    C&C Motorsports COMPETITION Aluminum Ford Engine Block

    Block Number: CCM295 - Carroll Carter Motorsports
    O-Ringed cylinder liners currently at 4.390" Bore
    Undamaged, with slight wear, easy to finish hone or use as is
    Deck Height = 10.325"
    Lifter Bore Diameter = 0.875"
    Splayed 4 Bolt Heavy Duty Main Caps & ARP Studs
    Custom ARP Head Studs: 9/16" dia. with 5/8-18 threads into block
    Custom machined with short and long studs for each side
    Long studs = 8.750", Short studs = 8.3125" overall length
    Standard Babbit Cam Bearings Installed
    Main Bearing Saddle measurements
    #1 = 3.1930"
    #2, #3, #4 = 3.1927"
    #5 = 3.1932"
    Head studs and all but 2 rear block plugs are currently removed
    Block weight 2/9/18 = 180lbs w/ main caps and cam bearings installed

    This block was just pulled from a 1500 mile Superformance Cobra show car in favor of a more street friendly engine. It is undamaged and ready for your custom build.

    PRICE: $4,000 includes caps, cam bearings and custom head studs.
    Local pickup is preferred but crating and shipping available at buyers expense.

    Troy Kruger
    Minneapolis, MN
    troy@krugercentral.com
    763.545.2232

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    Last edited by 66gtk; 02-10-2018 at 09:13 AM.

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    GROUCHY FUC***G OLD APE Silverback's Avatar
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    I'm assuming that it is a 385 series and I did not see water jackets in the block for the heads.

    Or am I missing something?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silverback View Post
    I'm assuming that it is a 385 series and I did not see water jackets in the block for the heads.

    Or am I missing something?
    Yes, this is an aluminum 385 series big block. It was completed as a 521 CID. It is a wet block.

    Thanks,
    Troyblock5.jpg

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    GROUCHY FUC***G OLD APE Silverback's Avatar
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    I seen the block is wet, but what about the heads?

    Maybe those small holes I'm seeing are for the heads, but they sure look small.

    And if I had not sold my Cobra, I would have been interested in that block.

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    I'm not selling my heads at this time - only the block. This is a race block for a racy type engine build. It wasn't an appropriate engine build for my needs so I'm starting over.

    Thanks,
    Troy

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    A set of Jon Kaase P51 heads would go really nice with that block.

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