Only checked the one. We also checked a rod bearing, which was MUCH better. Still, after weighing the pros and cons of rebuilding it, another engine happened to come available locally. For a good price I was able to pick up a brand newly rebuilt 351 4V engine. It is a 2 bolt main 351C 4V, and has been completely been rebuilt by a company back east. It has a Comp Cam 290H, an Edelbrock Performer LB 351-4V intake, Speed Pro pistons, high volume oil pump, and Comp cam lifters. We took off the valve covers and pan and everything looks good. You can still see the assembly lube. It is clean enough not to really need much. They painted the intake, which I don't care for. I think I will sandblast it back to aluminum. I would be interested to know if anyone has an estimate for the power this beast will put out. It has never been fired up- so basically I will be treating it like a fresh rebuild- because it is. I also have been working on the fenders. I washed the insides, which is a much bigger job then it would seem like, and then undercoated the inner walls. I want to get the engine in first before I install the fenders. Also I need to get the steering and brakes hooked up. Not sure if I will tackle these before or after I set in the engine. I think the brake lines will be a lot easier to bend and install without the engine in. I will need to bend new ones, as the old ones kinda followed the shock towers.