Chevy GM 235 Engine Rebuild.
A grungy Chevy GM 235 came in for a complete engine rebuild. I love these chunky old classics.
It’s getting the works, starting with a teardown and inspection to make sure there is no damage or cracks.
GM Rebuild Agenda:
Machine Services- Bore and hone the engine block, Grind the Crank and Cam, Valve Job on the cylinder head.
Engine Parts- New pistons, rings, gaskets, bearings, oil pump, and timing kit.
Clean, Paint, and Assemble.
We tore it apart, hot tanked all the parts to remove the excess grime, checked for cracks, gave it the all clear, and went to work on the components.
Unfortunately, I was no where to be seen to take a lot of great pictures for you to enjoy the machine service and and engine parts. I did get a few good shots, here they are.
Shot after we completed the valve job. What we did.
Pressure Test, Magnuflux for cracks, Resurfaced, Grind Valves, Cut 3-angle valve seats, install New exhaust seats and valve stem seals. Clean, Paint and Assemble.
It’s ready to bolt on the block.
235 Cylinder Head Valve Job
235 Long Block Assembly
Once everything was cleaned, polished, and painted we started the assembly. Final touches with chrome accessories completed the job. They look really good!
Remanufactured Chevy GM 235 Engine
Chrome covers look really cool.