Might be a good inboard candidate:Chevy 305 $700

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khundley
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Might be a good inboard candidate:Chevy 305 $700

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Re: Might be a good inboard candidate:Chevy 305 $700

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Worth about 1/4 of that. Unknown shoddy rebuild ( all mass rebuilds are ). Only a 305 and was a $1,200 special when new..

A '87-'91 305 was never rated for 220HP. That is what the 350's with TPI were good for, and the marine variations were often rated at 200/220HP

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Re: Might be a good inboard candidate:Chevy 305 $700

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Got it, saw it and thought I would post it.
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Re: Might be a good inboard candidate:Chevy 305 $700

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I dont know how far along you are on your build, but small block chevys are everywhere. I wouldnt worry bout the motor just yet. Let someone else trip over that thing while your building your boat. Something better might fall right into your lap in the meantime.
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