Join Date: Oct 2003
Location: On the road in NE Oklahoma
Really, all you have is a HiPo short block with the wrong pistons, & one HiPo head. It's unknown if the crank has been turned, right ?
As it is, $1,000 would be a fair price to buyer and seller.. if I were in your shoes, I'd buy another HiPo head, and have the motor restored / overhauled to the highest standard that I could afford, and sell it as a turn key replacement for an early motor. That would probably gain you 3.000-$4,000 profit after expenses.