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I have a 67 289 motor that was rebuilt once a few years ago but was then torn apart as the original owner wanted to stroke it but never did. The motor is all in pieces but was in dry storage and complete with crank, heads, cam, rod, pistons, etc. It is still standard bore as well which I know is hard to find.

I have it for sale but want an idea of what would be a fair price to sell it for??
 

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It is going to be worth the most if all the components are date coded withing days of one another.
 

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It is going to be worth the most if all the components are date coded withing days of one another.
I have to respectfully disagree... Most folks are going to want it just to have a good 289, unlike the J code 302 or M code 351 W or C, the budget version of the 289 did not come in any high dollar cars. It is worth $200-$300 add $100 if it has a 4V intake.
 

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Thanks Don just what I wanted to know. So in other words, keep it as a back up.
 
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