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Old 05-30-2009, 08:43 PM
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Looking for a good engine shop

Hi Maryland,

I need to move forward with a 460 rebuild and need some recommendations on engine shops that will do me right. I won't be doing anything fancy. I probably just need someone to do a good looking over of the base components and a bore job if it's needed. I have other projects to tend to, so I might get the shop to do the reassembly too if the prices are right.

Anyone have someone they trust? I'm located on Kent Island and don't mind traveling a couple hours to get the right shop.

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Old 05-31-2009, 10:02 PM
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Hey Dan,
Man I can't think of the last time I needed machine work done to an
engine well I can but it was about 30 years ago Sorry.

Hey what happened I thought you were gonna give us another story,
when I had a friend of mine pick my truck up with his trailer I found myself telling him
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try Burtonsville speed shop located in Burtonsville Md that might be a 2 hour haul at best. i dont have the number handy, i will check number tomorrow and post it.

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Old 06-01-2009, 07:55 AM
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Thanks Jeff. Is this them?

Burtonsville Performance Machine Service
5210 Minnick Rd
Laurel, MD 20707
(301) 490-3131

Yes Dave, I do owe everyone another story. Maybe I'll write it up this week sometime.
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yes thats them , they are real good, was just getting the phone number when i saw your post.
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Old 06-01-2009, 09:41 AM
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I talked to Bub. It sounds like they are a decent shop, but man...It's hard to get me to spend my cash. If I let them rebuild it, he said it could cost $3500+. That price does sound reasonable though. He suggested, since my truck is an infrequent driver and only used for things like hauling a camper and running trash to the dump, that I investigate going with a reman engine.
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see if ford still offers a reman for that old dog lol, better than jasper any day thats for sure. still gonna run a few grand though. or possibly a clean used one. check ebay, just be careful
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I use Doug's Welding 5100 pennington ave balto md21226. 410-355-6056. talk to steve. he's reasonably priced. I usually put my own motors back together, but he does that too. last set of heads he did for me was a 351 c 4v, cost me $160 hot tanked that block, bored .30, installed cam bearings, pressed off old pistons, pressed on new ones was $240 turn crank, and polish, matched bearings $150. turn flywheel $45. been a while since I've been up there, but I'm sure his prices are still reasonable
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burtonsville is right up the street from my house. they screwed my buddy on a small block chevy pretty good. so i dont recommend them.
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Somewhat of a drive (maybe 3 hours) but I know he does a great job. A buddy of mine from VA (Rob Bernhard) has built motors his whole life (primarily for Fords). He recently opened his own shop: www.1320speedandkustom.com. He and his dad are supposed to be racing at MIR for Pinks on June 19/20? If interested maybe you could arrange a meet...
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I talked to Rob. He said he uses Mauzy Racing Engines out of Timberville, VA to do all his machine work. I called them and left a message.
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Glad you got the info you were looking for Dan
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Thanks Dave. We're getting there. I know this is going to hurt my wallet though -which wouldn't be so bad if I wasn't wanting to sell the truck sometime this year. Can't sell something that has a dog motor in it though.
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I use Doug's Welding 5100 pennington ave balto md21226. 410-355-6056. talk to steve. he's reasonably priced. I usually put my own motors back together, but he does that too. last set of heads he did for me was a 351 c 4v, cost me $160 hot tanked that block, bored .30, installed cam bearings, pressed off old pistons, pressed on new ones was $240 turn crank, and polish, matched bearings $150. turn flywheel $45. been a while since I've been up there, but I'm sure his prices are still reasonable

Sorry to dig up an old thread.....I spoke with Doug this morning and must say that he will have my business! Thanks for the recommendation!
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Sorry to dig up an old thread.....I spoke with Doug this morning and must say that he will have my business! Thanks for the recommendation!
I following this thread too since I pulled 460 out of a 1976 thunderbird years ago and have it all apart in my garage. I would like to build this engine for one of my '79 Ford trucks. I'm in DE and Baltimore is not that far of a ride for me. I would need it to be assembled too.
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