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Old 09-10-2018, 02:08 PM   #1  
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1966 440 long block.

I am not a Mopar guy so please bear with me. I have a 440 long block with block casting 2536430-4 & a build date of 6/28/65. The cylinder heads are casting 2406516-7 & 2406516-8 it also has the intake on it & it is a 4 bbl 2206000. My question is if I should try to sell it or just scrap it. All input appreciated.
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What are the numbers and letters stamped in the boss next to the distributor?
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B440
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That is all the numbers on the pad.
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It's got value to someone with a 66 restoration but the shortblock is good for a milder performance build and worth a few bucks if it hasn't been froze.
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Post this at Forbbodiesonly and it will be gone quick.
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Although I haven't completely taken it apart, I haven't seen anything that would indicate it ever froze up. It turns over using a small prybar & I haven't seen any scored cylinder walls. Any idea of the value?
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Hear on this sight?
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No, it is a different site.
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