I used to go to a Corvette salvage yard in Bristol, Pa north of Philly. Might be the same place.
I was able to get a bunch of quality, original parts there. Had to be over 15 years since I last went there. Business was Contemporary Corvette and they had acres of wrecked Corvettes of all generations. I think they are still there.
For Sale. One 1969 Chevy 427ci 425hp BBC. Completely rebuilt by Professional engine builder in Sanford, FL. These this beauty was cared for by a Chevrolet muscle car specialist, they are the real deal, no lies or B.S. here.
1969- 427, is the #512,
4-bolt main Hi-Perf block.
-Block casting#A 4 9
-sleeved back standard bore
-Solid Lift Cam L88
-Forged Steel Crank
-#840 Heads casting L 4 8
-Aluminum GM intake #163
-Imron Chevy Orange Hi Temp
The 1968 427/425hp BBC #439 block sold. The engine is stored in air conditioning. Hard, hard, hard to find, don't let this fine specimen get away.
Serious inquiries only,l
Have three units for sale. Have one 68 oval port intake dated 5-21-68, end carbs dated 843, center carb dated 851.
Two rectangular port intakes dated 10-10 67 & 2-13-67, with various dates on the carbs. Been in storage for years, will need restored or rebuilt.
Prices vary depending on date codes and condition.
Part number 7017320. Serial number 1429, 1960 unit. Just out of long time storage.
Distributor number 1110914, dated 0 A 11, good shape spins freely.
Intake has had a repair on the front corner as seen in the pictures.
Calls only, no texts or emails will be answered.
Complete long block 1966 L-72 Corvette motor. This has the correct pan, pick up, heads,forged crank, rods, Pistons, cam all 1966 correct. This is a 425 horse 427 motor It has IP on the pad. for pics...
1966 427 L-72/425 HP Corvette motor complete - $8,000 (Niagara Falls)
Complete long block 1966 L-72 Corvette motor. This has the correct pan, pick up, heads,forged crank, rods, Pistons, cam all 1966 correct. This is a 425 horse 427 motor It has IP on the pad.
327 with 300 horsepower. Original as it can be never apart.Carburetor, water pump, alternator, starter, plug wires, bell housing, transmission all numbers and date codes are correct. This came out...
“327 with 300 horsepower. Original as it can be never apart.Carburetor, water pump, alternator, starter, plug wires, bell housing, transmission all numbers and date codes are correct. This came out of a 1967 corvette convertible with 48,619 miles. I have a short video of it running it sounds great no smoke and it idled perfectly. Also has the original 4 speed transmission with the original shifter. Selling as a complete unit I will not sell parts. $5500. Will listen to serious offers from someone who knows what this is”
“1963 Corvette convertible
I recently purchased this car from a local family after sitting in a garage since 1979. This is NOT an original car by any means. It is an old amateur race car. Original motor is gone. The car has not run in over 40 years. Frame is not rusty. It would make a perfect resto mod or very cool C2 Corvette racer
Only call if serious. I don’t answer texts or emails. $29,500 cash”
Looks like it's still available. I'm kind of surprised. It will be interesting to see what happens with collector car prices with the current economic slide we are on. And, the aging of the current population of buyers.