Join Date: Mar 2006
Location: Carson City, NV
Just an opinion. The serial number will show that it should have a big block in it. Of course matching numbers will make it way more valuable. That of course is very hard to do. I would get a big block to put back in it. I don't know if you are aware that a big block, small block swap is almost painless. They have the same bell housing and even the motor mounts will line up and bolt in. If you are going to do a frame off restoration put it back as close to stock as possible. It will be way more valuable and a lot more fun when you are done.
2005 Green Rincon, Dynotek Ignition, Dynotek HP Coil, HMF Utility Exhaust, K&N Air Filter with Outerwear, DynoJet Spring and Needle, Keihin Jets 162 Main, 52 Pilot ,TPI Valves, 2500 Super Winch, Warn Front Bumper, ATV-GURU Rear Bumper, HighLifter Front Springs, A\P Belly Plate\w front and rear Stick Gaurds, ITP Wheels, Bighorn 25 inch Tires, AIPP Headlight Bulbs, Temp Gauge, Modified A\F Screw, Tiny Tach, Rear Hitch, ATV Guru Front Tow Hook, Stainless Steel 17-4 Tie Rods