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Old 08-21-2013, 06:53 PM
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'69 351

I am looking for a '69 351 engine. I don't really care if it's a W or a C but I am running W now. I want to rebuid it then swap it with the one in my truck now. The main thing I am after is a good block, but would really like to have the heads, crank, pistons, and other internal parts. Any input on where I might find one would be greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance for your help.
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Old 08-25-2013, 09:26 PM
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tojoski has a very good reputation on FTE.tojoski has a very good reputation on FTE.tojoski has a very good reputation on FTE.tojoski has a very good reputation on FTE.
I'm not sure if he's still around, but about 10yrs ago I bought a 390 from a guy in Plummerville.

Merryman's Auto Sales
601 Parker Rd Plumerville, AR 72127
(501) 354-3433

Real nice old guy and he had a lot of neat stuff. He was pretty reasonable too.. I think I paid $250 for the motor and transmission.

He was originally in Atkins years ago and had acres and acres of neat old stuff. I think a lot of it went to the crusher
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Maybe look at "Arkansas Streetrod swap & shop". They have quite a bit of stuff
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Thank you for the intell gentlemen, I will definately check these recommendations out.
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