327 Chevy gasoline engine from the 1960s, rebuilt ten or 15 years ago and driven only a few thousand miles since. Still sits in a chassis and can be started. Always stored indoors. Edelbrock Performer (Carter AFB type) carburetor and aluminum intake. Some chrome doodads. Comes with starter and water pump also, but I think I want to keep the one-wire alternator for possible Millicent use.
Unique factory purpose-built Mallory Unilite distributor with flat marine cap -- which I better not include with the engine. But we can fire it up for you, before I yank the distributor. (Distributor optional.)
Powerglide two-speed automatic transmission, which worked fine when parked some years ago and goes with the engine if you want it.
That includes a storage stand, which makes the engine much easier to handle.
In Clearlake, Northern California, but can deliver to Sacramento, or to Burning Man if paid in advance.
Too buried in the back of the garage to photograph today, but when you voice your interest, I'll roll it out and fire it up.