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Old 05-07-2012, 04:02 PM
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Looking for an Engine Rebuild in Atlanta

I think it is going to come down to rebuilding my 360 engine. Does anyone know of any good places in Atlanta? What would be a good price for a rebuild?
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Old 05-07-2012, 04:45 PM
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Thumbs up 360 rebuild

I have used a Jasper rebuilt engine which worked out . They have a good warranty . When youget the long block kit it comes with all gaskets,hoses,spark plugs,water pump,oil pump,belts ,etc. You will have to shop around but they are worth the money. I am a retired mechanic and have installed my share of engines and rebuilt them also. A friend of mine visited the Jasper factory and was really impressed as he has a auto and truck shop and really likes their products. Kenny Nunez
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What's the ballpark figure on a longblock? I'm probably going to be looking at a rebuild on my 360 before too long, as well.
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The $$$ is making me nervous... I didn't really have the free cash at this time...
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You could check craiglist engines pop up once in a while. You might find a cheap donor truck you could for parts and scrap what you don't need. I have seen some pretty goods deals lately but they go fast.

http://atlanta.craigslist.org/wat/pts/2971422222.html

http://atlanta.craigslist.org/nat/pts/2959229176.html

http://atlanta.craigslist.org/atl/pts/2949693418.html

Just some examples, I like to look in auto parts, autos for sale and barter section when I'm looking parts etc.
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