I went out a couple times to go pick up some engine parts. An L67 is much heavier when picked up off the floor and loaded into the trunk than when you unload it onto the floor. Odd... Must have been the horrible pain at first.
Here'* a bunch of stuff squishing the rear suspension:
That engine'* cylinder #3:
And now, cylinder #5:
One of two sets of L67 heads:
One of two L67 oil pans:
Brand new oil pickup:
I forgot what I put in here, so it'* a surprise for now:
This is my L67 shortblock, flexplate, and a bunch of exhaust manifolds:
This is another box full of exhaust manifolds:
And here'* my box with a complete M90 with a new coupler and a set of LIMs. One is from an L67 and the other from an L36.
One of two Magnaflow high flow catalytic converters:
Here'* my second trunkload from another trip.
One of my sets of valve covers was filled in and painted black by the previous owner. I am going to repaint these because they have some scratches. Yes, they may get scratched when I use them, but I am going to try to rice out the SLE by painting them dark cherry metallic to match the exterior paint.
These are some pictures of extremely low-mileage heads.
More exhaust manifolds!
Two M62 superchargers, the other oil pan, L67 fuel rail (not pictured), L67 throttle body (not pictured), and an L36 harmonic balancer.
I am told I have a set of anodized M90 gears. They're very shiny. This picture doesn't do them any justice. I can see myself in them, past the very minor scratches.
This is my other M90'* casing.
Pretty cool, I think. I have a lot more parts coming in. I may go pick up one or two more L67 shortblocks. There are some things that aren't pictured that I forgot I have. Overall, this is going to be a lot of fun to sort through and send to machine shops.