I decided to build a 302 for my newest 67 project. I'm using a small journal 283 crank and 327 block. I found a forged crank already and was calling everybody I know to locate a 327 block. Last night I talked to a guy that said he had a block (1965 vintage). We got to talking and I told him what I was doing. He said he knew where there was a complete 69/302 for $150 dollars. I wanted to to use the small journal crank for less rotating weight and I don't care about it being orginal. Anyway I called the guy that has the 302 and he said it came out of a 69 that he junked. The motor is complete from carb to oil pan. I'm stopping by there on Sunday to take a look at it. My question is: If it's a real 69 302. Should I try to find a buyer for it that will use it in a resturation or use it as a block and crank donor? Also what are the numbers on the block. I have bought motors from the first guy I talked to before and he was always right on the money when it came to running the numbers before, so I believe that it is going to be what he says it is. I'll find out sunday. I'm a big believer in building the car the way you want to and I have never built a numbers matching car or a concurs car but I do enjoy going to shows and seeing them. Should I get it and sell it or use the block and crank. Being a 69 wouldn't it be a large journal? I would rather use a small journal and build my hot street motor that will be mostly aftermarket anyway. Any Ideas?