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Chrysler 413 Short Block in Factory Crate

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Hi Guys,

I joined this forum to hopefully find some insight on my Chrysler 413 short block still in the factory crate and plastic wrap. I am interested in selling it but I have no idea what it is worth nor do I know what particulars a buyer would want to know i.e. (serial #, cast #, etc.) any help would be greatly appreciated.

Stevens

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Hi Guys,

I joined this forum to hopefully find some insight on my Chrysler 413 short block still in the factory crate and plastic wrap. I am interested in selling it but I have no idea what it is worth nor do I know what particulars a buyer would want to know i.e. (serial #, cast #, etc.) any help would be greatly appreciated.

Stevens

This guy could probably tell you what you need to know...Tom at sehloff_mopars@yahoo.com.

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There should be a Chrysler part number stamped on the "crate" or cardboard shipping box.

Many 413s were used in industrial applications, as stationary irrigation pump motors. Plus in the heavier-duty Dodge trucks. The truck, motor home, and industrial versions would probably have a 9.0 to 1 compression ratio (or slightly lower), whereas the car versions were all about 10.5 to 1 compression ratio. This would have been with the small chamber R/RB cylinder heads. Pistons were usually where the compression ratio was changed, due to the lower compression ratio having a "deeper" deck height for the piston at TDC.

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NTX5467

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