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Old 03-03-2003, 03:27 PM
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does anyone know of a experienced FE machine shop near charlotte? I live in upstate SC and need to have the heads and block done? thanks. bryce
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Hey Bryce, welcome to FTE.

I don't live anywhere near there but I know a guy who does. He just had a 390 rebuilt and bragged about the job they did and the price. I'll email him and get the info and post back here.

Stay tuned.

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Here's the info Bryce. My buddy told me this guy used to do work for Holman/Moody and that he really knows his way around an FE. He also said complete rebuilds were around $1300-$1400 which is a heckuva price.

Park Nash Engine Rebuilders
2218 Waxhaw Hwy
Monroe, NC 28112


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