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Please read this ad in its entirety to understand what you are buying. For Sale is a 1970 440HP Engine with a six pack set up.
History: When I bought my 1967 Coronet RT a few years ago it had this engine in it with a 4bbl. Engine ran strong, had a good
idle and started every time. Previous owner told me he rebuilt it a few years prior. I Ran it for a few months and then pulled it
to put a race engine in my car. Since then I purchased the six pack set up off a running car and put it with the 440.
That was few years ago and the engine has sat in my garage since. I never had intentions of selling it but just purchased a 67 Hemi
shortblock and need to raise some money.
What the set up is: 1970 440HP. Cast: 8-15-69 Assembled (top pad): 9-3 F440 HP VIN:0A122526 When the engine was rebuilt it went
.030 over and has a steelcrank (also set up for a 4-speed car) with 1851535 connecting rods and TRW 2355 forged
six pack pistons. I do not not what cam it has but it is hydraulic and had a nice idle and sound to it. Heads are the factory 906
heads dated to the engine and pan is the 402 pan with windage tray. Intake is a factory edelbrock aluminum 3412046 with Carbs as follows:
Front-4382 Center-4376 Rear-4383 Carbs are for a 1970 440-6 automatic.
Since I have decided to sell this engine I broke it down to the short block and took some pics to show how clean it is. I did not
remove the cam. I then re-gasketed everything. To include: new oil pan gaskets, timing cover, steel shim head gaskets, intake
valley pan, valve covers and waterpump. I cleaned the engine, primed it and painted it factory street hemi orange.
What this engine is now: A good numbers correct 1970 440HP Six Pack. An engine that has never been hurt or repaired. No cracks etc.
It is a good runner that did not smoke, did not skip and ran solid. Had good oil pressure and started on the first crank.
What this engine is not: A fresh 500hp rebuild ready for your $100K V-code Cuda.
What it needs: The valve covers and intake are not bolted down (only because of shipping purposes). There are no pulleys, alternator, power steering pump or fan. There
is no oil dip stick. The exhaust manifolds need the three HP bolts.
What you could complain about: The valve covers have pitting and you would probably replace them if you put this set up in a show
car. The air cleaner top is actually chrome and I painted it to match the engine. The base has had some modification in the front
for clearances. The 402 pan has some small dings in the bottom of it. I stripped, primed and painted this engine myself.
Although it looks good, it has not had every piece hot tanked and cleaned.
So overall I think this is a great engine set up to put in your Mopar driver, be it a 70 V-code car or any car. It ran strong in
my R/T and is a good street motor. If you wanted to take it further and prep it for your needs it would be easy to do that too.
I will help with shipping any way I can and I can store it for as long as you need as long as it is paid in full.
Shipping costs will be paid buy the buyer or pick up at my house is fine too.
Thanks for reading this ad in its entirety.