Buick 350 V8 Engine with 300 hp and 350 ft-lbs of torque. This engine was common in the Buick Electras. This Buick 350 V8 Engine is the perfect replacement for a period correct Buick restoration or to add that extra punch to your Buick Hotrod.
This Buick 350 V8 Engine features the following parts:
- Cast crank
- GM rods
- ARP rod bolts
- Buick 350 block-bored-decked-honed
- Speed-pro 260`-.436" lift cam (CS676)
As with all our remanufactured engines, this Buick 350 V8 Engine features new pistons, rings, complete gasket set, oil pump, and valvetrain installed. The block is bored and honed and new cam bearings and freeze plugs are installed. The heads are resurfaced, featuring new guides and seals, then refinished with a 3-angle valve job. Crankshafts are reground and micro polished to factory specs. Each motor is pretested for compression, oil pressure, and oil flow before leaving the factory.
Our 12 month limited warranty covers parts for 12 months unlimited mileage.
History of the Buick 350 Engine
Buick adopted the popular 350 in (5.7 L) size with their final family of V8s. Although sharing the displacement of the Chevrolet Small-Block engine family, the Buicks were substantially different.
The Buick 350 V8 had a 3.80 in bore (like the 3800) and retained the 3.85 in stroke of the 340. It was introduced in 1968 and produced through 1980.
The major differences of the Buick 350 when compared to other GM V8's are, deep skirt block construction, external oil pump, under square bore sizing, 3.0" crank main journals, and 6.5" connecting rods. Some of the design characteristics of the Buick 350 are found in modern GM engines such as the 231 V6, and Series I, II, and III 3800 V6's.