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yes it does have intake/plenum attached.. still has spark plugs and wires! not much different than when it was yanked out, beyond the fact that the alternator and power steering pump have been removed. This engine has over 400k on it, as it served duty in a taxi, but like i said, it still ran strong and oil free (no leaks or burning) when it was removed.
currently the engine is tucked away in a corner of my garage, beside the stripped chassis of my highboy, which is undergoing a frame-off resto..
considering the dismantled state of my truck, i am not in a position to deliver the engine... well, maybe it would fit in the back of my 89 Subaru Chaser, but i dont want to find out.. heheheh u can see the pics of it in my gallery..
let me know what you think, and we can work out the further details then.
1976 F250 4x4 300 six, NP435. Ext Cab / Short Box. SOLD
2010 Sport Trac XLT 4.0L
1995 F150 4x4 4.9L E4OD
2013 Fusion SE 2.0L EcoBoost
wow i knew fords were tough but 400K!!!! wow
I can come pick it up but the thing is if u could take the heads and intake off that would be even better!! its easier that way to take it in pieces because of my minimal storage area at home and loading/unloading it at home
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