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01-16-2007, 01:15 PM
Looking for a good "291" casting with no deck cracks, etc.
01-17-2007, 11:40 AM
I have a 291 Casting # 4.1 Block Std Bore 3.965 Block.
It Doesnt Have Main Caps.
Give me a Call if Interested in It 720-217-7859 Jeff
01-21-2007, 02:03 PM
6 gun : first name and your location would be good . anyway - have a 83 regal wagon 4.1 block with that # on it . have all parts except a turbo guy purchased the crank after i had it check'd and polished , probably sold it too cheap . also had an 82 regal 4dr motor too but i did not trust that block ( kid ran it outa oil ) so it went to scrap pile . so i also have a couple q-jet intake setups , extra heads , two 3 speed lock up trans , flex plates , starters , distributors , oil pans , pistons , rods , ac set up , etc etc . was gonna fix up the 4dr with a 350 but the wagon i bought for parts is actually in better shape so i may use that for a budget stripped down drag car ? can e-mail me or call . money - $? . thanks . del
607-369-7770 ( shop phone - ans mach 24-7 if i'm not there )
02-04-2007, 12:39 PM
6 gun drove up and looked block over and took 'er home along with a couple pans and a pump cover . but other stuff still available if anyone needs something . thanks . del
02-24-2007, 10:47 PM
I got the block home and did some casting flash clean up. The block looks good and should make some power when I get it done.
The 245 cu.in. (3.8 block) V6 that's in the car at the moment sent my 87 Buick WE4 down the 1/4 to the tune of 10.15 @ 131 mph with a 1.46 60 ft. on MT drag radials this last November.
This 4.1 block with a 3.625 stroke crank and over bore will equal 273 cu.in.
I hope it will get my daily driver in the 9's, with all things being equal.
Thank's Again, Bill:BEERS:
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