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Dart 31151411 Little M Series Small Block GM 305 Style Engine Block
Dart 31151411 Little M Series Small Block GM 305 Style Engine Block

Dart 31151411 Little M Series Small Block GM 305 Style Engine Block

305 Chevy Small Block V8

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Dart 31151411 Little M Series Small Block GM 305 Style Engine Block
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This Race Saver replacement for GM's 305 small block uses the same high-quality construction as all Dart race-series blocks.  As part of the Little M series of blocks, it features an extra thick stock deck height, stock cam height, stock pan rails, and four-bolt main caps.  The 305 has smaller cylinder bores and features full water jacket construction.

  • Replacement for GM's 305 small block
  • Premium cast iron 
  • Extra thick stock deck height
  • Stock pan rails
  • Four-bolt main caps
  • Splayed outer bolts on middle main bearing caps

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