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LT1 engine, wiring, and ECU

Old May 18th, 2007, 7:10 AM
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Got an LT1 engine, wiring, computer package for sale. Here's the detailes:

95 LT1 from a police interceptor Caprice
- Disassembled, but all there
- Originally had 70k miles
- New piston rings, cam bearings, main bearings, and rod bearings
- New engine mounts included
- All accessories except A/C are included (A/C delete pulley comes with it).
- Block is in great shape, just needs a hone
- Crank is in great shape, may just need a LIGHT polish, NO CUTTING NEEDED, all other internals are perfect
- Has cast (higher flowing than aluminum) heads
- Most sensors included that bolt to engine (excluding TPS, oil pressure, and one knock sensor)
- Everything is marked in plastic bags as to how I removed them
- No cam

95 LT1 engine computer from the same Caprice
- Factory tune

95 LT1 wiring from the same Caprice
- Cut at firewall which will make this pretty much standalone with just a few wires to hook up.

Looking to get $850 for this package, which is a GREAT deal considering people are selling complete LT1 motors WITHOUT wiring OR a computer, with over 100k miles, for $1000+. Local pickup only in Orrstown, PA 17244. If you need pics or have any questions, please feel free to email me at [email protected]
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I miss my old LT1. Great engine. Good luck.
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