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Just wondering if anyone has a general idea what a 930/60 long block rebuilt is worth. No injection, piping, etc. I believe it's '80 or '81. Thanks.
Old 12-21-2009, 05:09 PM
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I passed on a non documented long block last year for $4500.
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After now knowing what goes into a 930 engine build... I would not pay hardly anything for an engine that did not have documentation. * you did not specify if you knew who did the rebuild). If it was me, and i bought it with it being undiocumented, I would probably give maybe 2 grand for it, as I would have to go all through it ( or pay someone to go through it). If it was documented.....and it was not Motorshiester that did the work....maybe 5 to 6 grand...
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and it was not Motorshiester that did the work...
Motorshiester .... now that's funny...I don't care who you are.
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+1. I spent $16k on my engine with me doing all the work and upgrades. To start with an unknown engine...

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After now knowing what goes into a 930 engine build... I would not pay hardly anything for an engine that did not have documentation. * you did not specify if you knew who did the rebuild). If it was me, and i bought it with it being undiocumented, I would probably give maybe 2 grand for it, as I would have to go all through it ( or pay someone to go through it). If it was documented.....and it was not Motorshiester that did the work....maybe 5 to 6 grand...
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A930Rocket : But its a darn good engine!!!
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A930Rocket : But its a darn good engine!!!
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