> What do you need to know it's BBF 427FE complete with intake and carb
> and a trans.
Your never going to sell a 427 that way. I read your earlier messages,
and it was clear you really don't know what's going on. The heads you
have are common castings and are not specific to 427's. The intake is
non-original and "a trans" tells us nothing. You mentioned a Top Oiler,
but those were last made in '64 and you are claiming this is a '68
I see three possiblities here. One, you don't have this engine in your
possession and you are guessing your way through it and fishing for a
sucker. Two, you have a motor that has been put together from different
parts or is actually a 390. Three, you may have lucked onto an actual
W-code '68 427 engine, as they used 14-bolt H heads.
To sell this or any FE engine you must verify all the parts with
pictures. Buyers will want to know the block casting numbers and date
codes. Cross bolts must be present, but you can add these to any FE
block, so it is no guarantee. The size and condition of the bores are
critical to a thin-wall casting, so that has to be checked. The casting
number on the 7th throw of the crank has to match a 427. The rods must
have capscrews with a C6 part number. The heads need to be date code
verified. You did not even mention what tye of trans, which leads me to
consider possbilty number one. If its a stick, the input shaft
diameter, tailshaft housing type, RUG number, and shifter mounting
plate have to be verified. These parts don't grow on trees anymore so
you have to make an effort.
Nobody is going to shell out 4 grand on your word.