where to get a well machined 350 383 clearanced block

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where to get a well machined 350 383 clearanced block

#1 Post by prostude » Wed Sep 01, 2010 9:34 am

looking for ideas on where i could get a well machined 350 383 clearanced block already found one place that I will probably go with but the wait time may be a little long
just looking to see what is out there
must be able to use a 2 pc rear main seal crank
Street car Old motor 10.80 @122 1.49 60' 355 6-71 stock gm heads stock rocker arms block hugger headers 1-5/8"x2.5" collector
the car ran in the 9's in the 60's with an olds motor.

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Re: where to get a well machined 350 383 clearanced block

#2 Post by Bruce69Camaro » Tue Sep 07, 2010 2:09 pm

Contact Keith, from K-Star Automotive. See info in my signature.

Tell him you got his info from DragStuff and me....

Bruce
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Re: where to get a well machined 350 383 clearanced block

#3 Post by prostude » Wed Oct 06, 2010 11:16 am

prostude wrote:looking for ideas on where i could get a well machined 350 383 clearanced block already found one place that I will probably go with but the wait time may be a little long
just looking to see what is out there
must be able to use a 2 pc rear main seal crank

Well I guess I am kind of anwering my own ? here

A friend of mine and I ended up going with a couple of CNC machined blocks from

Steves auto and Machine out of Little valley NY

Steve has built and run in the past a 6.6 second 210 plus mph 65 impala (checkout his website for pics)

These blocks are CNC machined and are awesome.
Steve and his Wife patty are great people to deal with.
I just figured I would put this info up for anyone looking for a good machine shop that has a rottler CNC machine.I was told this is the same machine that Greg anderson owns and there are only 8 in the world.

here is the sitehttp://www.stevesautoandmachine.com/
phone # 1-716-938-9130
If you call, tell Steve that you got his name from Mike From Syracuse NY.
Street car Old motor 10.80 @122 1.49 60' 355 6-71 stock gm heads stock rocker arms block hugger headers 1-5/8"x2.5" collector
the car ran in the 9's in the 60's with an olds motor.

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