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Wondering if anyone can identify what this motor is. 930/60 case, 4/86 dated heads.Doesnt look like a turbo intake though.Was rebuilt and then sat.Value? Thanks guys.

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930/60 is a 1978-ish 3.3 turbo motor.
The manifolds are 3.2 Carrera.
The original turbo intake parts are in the background.
The silver paint job is making me want to puke.
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It also looks like the Throttle body was rotated so that a stock IC could be used. Clewitt does this as he did mine.
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Hope that is silver paint. If not its grit blasting and that is bad news.
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The tin cylinder baffles, back of the crank, pilot bearing, and various fasteners look to me like they were sitting outside for a long time. Wonder if the ports were covered?
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This engine was sitting outside.Had the intake installed but not bolted on.There is cam break in lube on the cams so I guess it has never been run.My guess is there could be water in it or at least moisture. I dont know whether to try and turn it over with a ratchet by hand to see if it spins or leave it alone for someone to dissassemble it and go through.The silver is a spray bomb paint that some jackass sprayed on,not sandblasting which I guess is the lesser of two evils.If anyones interested in this boat anchor let me know.
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Where is it located?
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very interested in the motor, sent you a pm!
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