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What's '76 3.0 engine worth?

Hello,

I have a 1976 3.0 liter complete long block. Lets assume it needs a rebuild. What's the fair market value on these now?

Bryan.

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Yes, I'm talking about the same aluminum block used in the 930 and pre 911sc
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Is this a 666_ _ _ serial number?
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I'll take some pictures in a few days.
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The numbers are 6661268 and 930/02

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Hi, it will depend on condition and if all parts are there....do you have a pic of the entire engine to make a more informed valuation?


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Depending on how much is there, there are people that have paid $9-$15K depending. I have seen some go higher ($20K+), but I believe this is the area that they usually trade in - but not many are for sale so I would shoot higher.
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It was in my car when I bought it 15 plus years ago. After driving it for a few years, it developed a pulled stud(NOT broken as is usually the case). I had several engines in those days and I could drop one out in less-than an hour. So I pulled this and forgot that it was a 930/02.

I have maintained it by keeping Marvels Mystery Oil in it and turning the crank. The engine is not stuck.

I'm in Chicago.

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What a nice donor for a screamer short stroke 3.2!!

So many people have no idea what they are leaving on the table when they take the American bigger is better attitude and stuff in a 964 or 993 engine

The dentists demanded a less Porsche like motor during those years
This would make a great more Porsche like motor!
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It was in my car when I bought it 15 plus years ago. After driving it for a few years, it developed a pulled stud(NOT broken as is usually the case). I had several engines in those days and I could drop one out in less-than an hour. So I pulled this and forgot that it was a 930/02.

I have maintained it by keeping Marvels Mystery Oil in it and turning the crank. The engine is not stuck.

I'm in Chicago.

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Ouch. That pulled stud knocks $3-4k off what it is worth since it's a full teardown and case machine at this point. I would say it's worth $8-10k given the stud and the fact that it has a re-cammed E pump on it.
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would prefer "A" broken stud over a pulled one 8 days a week.
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What a nice donor for a screamer short stroke 3.2!!

So many people have no idea what they are leaving on the table when they take the American bigger is better attitude and stuff in a 964 or 993 engine

The dentists demanded a less Porsche like motor during those years
This would make a great more Porsche like motor!
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