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Anyone have a rebuildable 3.2 engine for sale

After a long, long time, I finally have my garage sorted out, and I have some room to work.

I've always wanted to get Waynes book and take a crack at rebuilding an engine.

What would be the best way to go about getting a hold of a 3.2 engine that would make a good starting point?

(John Walker, make sure you put an appointment in your shop calendar for 3 years from today. The entry should read 'Rebuild box of 3.2 parts that dumbass brought into the shop on his way to divorce court')
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Mine needs a rebuild. I haven't quite figured out what I'm doing with it. It's still in the car and running.
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Sadly the 748 is gone.

I have a lovely 2004 Royal Enfield Bullet I could trade. Leaks oil like hell, electric starter is broken so you have to kick start it, and the drum brakes aren't fit for a bicycle. Its a real peach.
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After a long, long time, I finally have my garage sorted out, and I have some room to work.

I've always wanted to get Waynes book and take a crack at rebuilding an engine.

What would be the best way to go about getting a hold of a 3.2 engine that would make a good starting point?

(John Walker, make sure you put an appointment in your shop calendar for 3 years from today. The entry should read 'Rebuild box of 3.2 parts that dumbass brought into the shop on his way to divorce court')
Of course, you understand how shop rates work, right?

Shop rate: $100 per hour.

$125 per hour if you watch.

$150 per hour if you help.

$200 per hour if you worked on it first.
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