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1976 Running in use Motor


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Running M10
South Pasadena, CA (91030)

All good things must come to an end, up for sale my currently installed running Motor:


Stock M10 1975-76 in a few options:


Option 1:
Long Block, fresh Clutch, fresh Fuel Pump, spare very low mileage water pump, Rebuilt Cylinder Head (75 E12) and a tuned 38/38 with Ireland Stubby Ceramic header and Stainless mid pipe. 
Intake manifold modified to include a mechanical Temp gauge:



Option 2:
Above Long Block with flywheel and Clutch:



The plus:
Fresh head with new style Valve Guide seals

Newer Timing chain & Guides (Unknown mileage but refreshed by P.O.)
Fresh Clutch and flywheel 
Fresh Low mileage Fuel pump

Low mileage Water pump (Unknown mileage but refreshed by P.O.)
Good Oil pressure
Never runs hot

Tuned 38/38 Carburetor

The bad:
9:0/1 Pistons
Stock Cam and Valve train
Unknown mileage on bottom end

See below photos for compression results:




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Water Temp sender installed, Gauge included:




The Whole thing:




On it's way in:







Edited by chargin

I don't take myself or opinions Seriously

My 4th 2002 and the first set of Square Tail-Lights

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On 7/26/2016 at 1:51 PM, Bill Clower said:

A timing BELT huh? Very interesting Dr.Jones. We can assume that you had it custom made eh?

Uh...there's a belt on the Tii engine that he's going to put in his car...later. After he removes the older engine.


I was wondering if that's standard. I've never seen that side of one.


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