Lance Johnson

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  1. I sure will. Right now it's having some minor work done to it and next week it's going in for a Fresh coat of paint
  2. We soaked it with Marvel mystery oil for a few days. We set the timing, We got it to start, it ran a little rough at first we discovered it had a bad valve so we had to take care of that problem but as of now it's running beautiful. thank you for all your help 😃
  3. It's a remanufactured motor that I bought from someone, it never been installed in a car before, it's a Cadillac 429, We open it up it looks real good on the inside, The problem we had is just been sitting for 2 years in his garage
  4. Sorry I disappeared I work nights, but everything going on with the car is encouraging we going to get back at it this weekend, and I'll keep you posted on how it goes.
  5. It's really trying to start, trying to get it over that hump
  6. Actually is turning a lot faster I put ' Some gasoline in the carburetor And it seemed like it was trying to start but it start smoking so I backed off
  7. We're going to get at it again today. Thanks for that info, we're going to try it and see what happens. I'll keep you posted Dolton Illinois, south of Chicago
  8. Not yet, the professional wanted to go inside the motor, l don't really want to get that drastic yet. Any ideas?
  9. Thanks! we're setting the timing today, hope that the problem
  10. The starter is turning it pretty good without the plug.
  11. I just installed a remanufactured 1967 Cadillac 429 engine that's been sitting for about two years, it crank well without the spark plugs but when I put the plug back in its tight, it turns very slow if at all. Any Suggestions on how I can get my motor running?
  12. I bought a 1967 429 Cadillac El Dorado motor for my 1967 429 Cadillac Deville. The motors look the same all the way around except the fly wheel sticks out about a 1/2 inch further on the eldo then on my deville motor, will this be a problem mounting to my deville transmission?
  13. I bought 1967 Cadillac Eldorado 429 engine for my 1967 Cadillac deville. Everything looks the same except the flywheel Sticks out about a 1/2 inch further then all my old motor, Will this be a problem with my transmission?
  14. The motor was stored with the spark plug in it. He said it was a remanufactured engine so I don't think its a big problem just have to get it loose, If Necessary I do have some automotive experience so tearing it down should not be a problem. Also I checked online you can buy a engine stand from between $25 to $50 bucks 2 ton, so I might go in that direction.