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Couldn't believe it. Drove 50 miles to the guys house and there it was in the garage waiting on me. A complete roller motor ready for the rebuild. Lots of small differences than the '66 289 I'm used to. The guy still has his car he drove in high school that he bought new. An '82 GT. Up on blocks and waiting for something. But at least it was inside.
Anyhow, no more excuses. Time to start buying parts and building the motor!
 

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Well that beats my 83 GT motor (bad) deal for $75, and I had to pull mine! BTW, you do know that there were no "rollers" until '85.
 
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