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Title: WTB - 1969 440 HP Engine (440 Magnum)
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(Date Posted:10/26/2010 22:22:05)
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Wanting To Buy or Trade For - Looking for a very good condition 1969 model year 440 HP engine to rebuild out of a Dodge or Plymouth musclecar.  I would prefer a complete engine assembly or long block assembly, but would buy a bare block as well.  Wanting a factory stamped engine built in mid November 1968 to early December 1968 as described below.  Not interested in "restampped" engines.  Willing to buy or trade for, and have good trade material (Mopar parts, such as a 18 Spline 4 Speed Transmission, OR a new aluminum 440 Six Pack Intake & Air Cleaner, OR a 1969 RR/GTX Air Grabber hood ).  Also have some body sheetmetal for various Mopar B-Bodies & E-Bodies, or even have a 1968 Dodge Polara 2 Door Hard Top available for trade for the right engine...

 

Here is what to look for on the pad at the driver's side front of the engine block.  The picture below is from a car built at the same time as mine, so a 11/26/68 date  as shown on it would be perfect for my car.  I would like to find an 440HP engine with an assembly date in the range of 11/16/68 to 12/1/68, but I may consider engines slightly out of that range.  The block casting date is not as important, but would typically be mid October 1968 to early November 1968 for the assembly dates that I am looking for.

 

See picture below for the stampings to look for...  "11  26" means an engine assembly date of 11/26/68, and it should be followed by "HP" or "HP2"... the "2" only indicates it was assembled during second shift.  The "E440" shows that it was for a 1969 "E Series" car... "F" would be for 1970, Etc.  The pad may also be stamped with a wide variety of oversize / undersize codes like the "B" shown in the example below.  The O/Size - U/Size stampings are not important in my search.

 

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Reply To Dago%20Red
(Date Posted:11/08/2010 07:32:32)

Reply to Dago Red (11/01/2010 19:52:56)

While I have you here Allen, I did find that item you wanted. We'll hook up soon. RICK

Most Excellent Rick... Thanks!

Allen
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RE:WTB - 1969 440 HP Engine (440 Magnum)
(Date Posted:11/01/2010 19:52:56)

While I have you here Allen, I did find that item you wanted. We'll hook up soon. RICK
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RE:WTB - 1969 440 HP Engine (440 Magnum)
(Date Posted:10/27/2010 06:20:22)



My email address is:

xs29j8@charter.net

Allen
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