stock engine rebuild in Ft. Worth

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May 25, 2001
After 12 years of daily driving it's time to fix the tick, tick, tick in the 87 GN. Since the motor is not original to the car, I would prefer to just swap it for a correctly rebuilt close-to-stocker. Who does them around here and what does it cost now? Thanks.
 
Contact Arlington Machine and see what it might cost. They were one of the better choices since they're one of the few that have done Buick engines for the club and were recomended to me.;)
 
Contact Arlington Machine and see what it might cost. They were one of the better choices since they're one of the few that have done Buick engines for the club and were recomended to me.;)
Thanks for the suggestions guys. How I long for the days of building big blocks in the garage. Much simpler times. At least the V6 is a lot lighter!
 
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