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anyone know of a good block shop in Colorado Springs?
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You mean like a machine shop? I used Burt's Machine & Auto Supply, recommended by Larry. They did a nice job rebuilding a 460 for me. If you want a performance shop there is one but I forget the name right now that Larry also recommended, but said they would be a bit pricier. I went with a stock rebuild so took the less expensive one.
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