When you get the 94 spindles grab the proportion valve,I used the guts out of a 95 and put them in my pvalve, you'll save money and the hassle of trying to figure out the right setting on an adjustable one. Check the tech articles here for five lug four disc swap,and also 3g alt. Upgrade.Ok the people on here are quickly making me like the Ford folks. My Dodge forum guys are such smart asses they are hard to get the information you need, cause nobody makes dodge parts and you have to be part horder to build one. I really appreciate this forum. I am going to a guys house tomorrow to get every stinking wire out of an 83 and spindles from a 94 which my son says we need to do the 5 lug conversion, and I believe a dash as well, we will see what else we find. The boys is already spending the savings on his wishlist on LMR. Gotta love it. I think I will start a build page and tell the whole story, its a good one. Oh and the packrat and his trail are long gone from the car, just his damage remains... well and the occasional corn stash. Thanks again guys!
I need to keep the accessories/brackets off the front except the water pump. I ordered the below engine.I've sold those valve covers alone for $150-200 all sandblasted and cleaned up. What parts of the engine are you keeping?
It probably would run fine if you messed with it a bit, but as a non-running core engine, it won't be much. Maybe $400-500ish and you might struggle to get that since it's an earlier non-EFI engine. Parted out, it would likely fetch you more, but it will involve time and you'll still be stuck with parts you can't sell, like the E5TE heads that are likely on there. You can probably get $100-200 for the short block. The accessory brackets have value. The intake manifold and carb (if original) have value.