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Where to buy a 289/302 Dependable Long Block Engine
I have a 1966 Mustang that currently has a stock 289 engine that needs to be rebuilt. I have estimates of getting it rebuilt and it seems to be cheaper to buy a newly rebuilt stock long block engine. Some place on the web sell them for $1,100 and give you a great warranty. I was wondering if anyone has purchased an engine and knows where the best place to buy one is. I want a dependable engine, not look for anything extravagant. I prefer not to buy an engine from a private seller because the one I have in my mustang now is my second engine that the guy i bought it from claimed it was a good engine (lost $500, ohhh well!). I appreciate all suggestions!
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I got mine from Rhino, delivered to my door for around 1100.00 IIRC. They even date coded it for me so they must have a huge inventory of cores. Same warranty as Jegs and the others. Bought it 3 years ago and its still running perfect. Hope this helps!
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