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    ‘72 2.4 S engine

    SOLD Freshly built 2.4S engine #6321418, complete with correct MFI. Less than an hour of running time to simply dial in MFI and check oil pressure. Plug and play. Includes the John Daniels SSI exhaust system. Muffler not included. Asking $45K or best offer. Still in the car to test run in person if needed. Location FLorida 32137. SOLD
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    Bob
    Can you advise on who built motor and do you have receipts? Do you have a list of new and used parts used in the rebuild. Has the MFI pump etc been rebuilt and who did it? Did you build back to stock 72S specs or has motor been enhanced in any way. i.e 2.7 RS build?

    Thank you for any info

    Frank

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    Hi, do you know by chance the chassis n. it matches with?

    Krgds. M
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    Quote Originally Posted by fc356 View Post
    Bob
    Can you advise on who built motor and do you have receipts? Do you have a list of new and used parts used in the rebuild. Has the MFI pump etc been rebuilt and who did it? Did you build back to stock 72S specs or has motor been enhanced in any way. i.e 2.7 RS build?

    Thank you for any info

    Frank
    Hi Frank,
    I replied to your private message

    Bob
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    Quote Originally Posted by Biancaneve View Post
    Hi, do you know by chance the chassis n. it matches with?

    Krgds. M

    Unfortunately we do not know or have information on the chassis this belongs to. As a private shop, we have a good amount of parts accumulated over decades. We are simply completing engine builds with correct equipments to move parts. Our Master engine builder is not getting any younger so we need to start moving on. We send our MFI pumps to Germany if it needs a comprehensive rebuild. Mostly we can inspect and run it on our bench for flow test. His specialty is MFI.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Alfonso View Post
    Unfortunately we do not know or have information on the chassis this belongs to. As a private shop, we have a good amount of parts accumulated over decades. We are simply completing engine builds with correct equipments to move parts. Our Master engine builder is not getting any younger so we need to start moving on. We send our MFI pumps to Germany if it needs a comprehensive rebuild. Mostly we can inspect and run it on our bench for flow test. His specialty is MFI.
    Thanks Bob! For those interested, it should be matching with a chassis between -0939 and -0949
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    Nice looking engine, is there a reason for the fan strap placement?
    David

    '73 S Targa #0830 2.7 MFI rebuilt to RS specs

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    Quote Originally Posted by RSTarga View Post
    Nice looking engine, is there a reason for the fan strap placement?
    Yes, it is probably not correct. Engine 6312121, my old car now in Japan. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RSTarga View Post
    Nice looking engine, is there a reason for the fan strap placement?
    No reason, if buyer wants it replaced with the Black 2 bolt band/strap, I have those in hand.
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