I have 2 really nice doors, just a little rust on the bottom of one(has interior panel), a corner of tiny rust holes on the other, complete, windows work, nice tracks in them, even the gaskets are good in them, $150 each
Rebuilt 1978 400M, specs below, 0 miles but sat for 10 years inside, heads are rusted on outside, haven't checked cylinders yet; $800
-Been bored .030 over size
- .030 oversize Hypereutectic Pistons W/.030 over rings
- turned and polished crank with matched bearings
- line honed rods w/ matched bearings
- line honed block (main journals and cam journals)
- decked heads and block
- valve job
- Ferrea stainless valves
- new springs keepers and retainers.
- new rockers, push-rods, and lifters
- torque profile cam (I don’t know the exact specs) [new bearings]
- ALL ARP hardware!!!
- Ford Racing chrome oil pan
- Edelbrock chrome valve covers
The block has been painted ford red, and before any machine work was done the block was cooked and shot peened. All measurements were done to assure good operation. It has been assembled since 2005 it was put together with ARP assembly lube and Royal Purple oil so no internal components should be rusted, however a few surfaces may need to be cleaned up.
The design I was going for when I built it and selected parts was planned for a off road truck focusing more on low end torque than top end horsepower. With the right carburetor and ignition system the motor could power anything.
It needs a few hours of work to finish its assembly (rockers and push-rods installed on one cylinder bank.
Engine is originally out of a 1978 F-250 Ranger
I also have the flywheel and a bunch of other brackets and parts for it, I do not have the timing chain cover.
Edelbrock Performer 4 bbl dual plane intake for 351/400M, NOT included with engine, I just threw it on there to confirm fir, $160