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FS: 331 Shortblock with FTI Custom Cam

Well I need money with school drawing to a close and I've decided I'm going to just go with a typical rebuilt 5.0 L for my project. This particular engine was designed and built for a Ford Thunderbird. The camshaft was designed to my specs for a vehicle of at least 3,800 lbs. and is also emissions friendly. I can provide the info from FTI with all the specifics upon request. Here's a list of all the costs:

1987 5.0 HO Engine Block $80.00
331 Forged I-Beam Rods $208.99
28 oz. Flexplate $30.20
SBF Nodular Iron 331 Crank $240.40
Moroso 7 Qt. Oil Pan $132.19
Clevite 77 Bearings (cam, crank, rods) $160.85
Powerforce Dampner & Freeze Plugs $107.11
D.S.S. Pro-X Forged 331 Pistons $530.64
Timing Chain $65.00
Rotating Assembly Balanced $296.40
Engine Block Checked, Cleaned & Bored 0.030 Over $400.00
Chevy E921K.30 Moly Piston Rings $76.31
Stainless Steel Bolt Set $61.57
Sealed Power Stock Oil Pump $64.30
FTI Custom Camshaft $386.14
ARP Crank & Cam Bolts $32.17

Total $2,872.27

The FTI camshaft has quite a good reputation (http://www.flowtechinduction.com/) and Ed Curtis has a great rep all over www.corral.net . His testimonials sold me and my only wish is that I had the time and didn't need the funds as bad to see this engine into the bay of my car.

Right now I'm offering this as a feeler of sorts to anyone who is interested. I will take all offers over $2,000 seriously (and I do mean in Canadian Funds) and will provide you with a shipping quote if you express interest. I accept Paypal but will charge half of the Paypal fee if you choose to pay via Paypal. This engine is located in Toronto, Ontario and I can offer very reasonable shipping rates all over North America through my work. If you want to make an offer, post it as a reply to this thread and then send me a PM with any other info you want or a request for a shipping quote.

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