|I do have a couple videos of this unit running and driving in the truck the day I pulled it out. It ran and drove flawless. It was in a 1957 Ford F100 Custom Cab that I put a Ford small block and trans in its place.
Gm performance Crate motor zz4 Chevrolet 350 with less the 5k miles. Complete with overdrive 200r transmission also with less than 5k miles. Older gentleman owned, very well cared for since new.
All accessories included. Starter, fuel pump, AC compressor, alternator, power steering pump, and serpentine drive system included. Just pulled this unit out of a perfect running and driving 1957 Ford F 100 custom truck that I put a correct ford motor and trans in its place. I have videos i can send of the truck and its drivetrain the day I pulled it out showing that it was perfect.
GM performance aluminum heads and intake, accel super coil hei distributor, stainless braided plug wires, billit valve covers and thermostat housing, aluminium motor mounts, lokar trans dipstick, slip yoke for trans, -6 AN trans cooler fittings, TV cable, chrome flywheel cover, and ram horn manifolds complete with flanges and exhaust pipes.
4 bolt main block, 1 piece rear main seal, forged steel crank, high silicon pistons with offset pins, powdered metal connecting rods, hydraulic roller camshaft (.474/.510 lift and 208*/221* duration), ZZ4 58cc aluminum cylinder heads with 1.94/1.50 valves, hardened push rods, LT4 chrome-silicon valve springs, 8" balancer, 12 3/4" flexplate
I tried to leave this as complete of a bolt in and go type set up as possible. Only things needed to turn key and go are carburetor, radiator hoses, water and oil senders. EVERYTHING ELSE IS THERE. All wire connectors are still with the engine/trans including a/c compressor, alternator, distributor, transmission switches, ect.
Crate motor and tranny was from Summit Racing. $6250 for the motor and $1950 for the trans.
selling for $6200 or possible trade. prefer ford muscle, but will consider everything with in reason.
thanks for looking!