GM 215 V8 Performance Parts Mechanical Fuel Injection, Isky Cam, Offy Intake, NOS Heads and More

Discussion in 'Ebay Parts and Cars' started by SuperNova, Nov 22, 2019.

  1. SuperNova

    SuperNova Member

    I hope this is the right place to post this info. I recently purchased a bunch of vintage GM 215 V8 engine parts out of the estate of an old racer in Southern California. I'm not sure what type of racing this guy was into but these are very high end race parts. He may have been a sprint car racer, boat racer, indy racer, etc. The parts included a NOS mechanical fuel injection system, NOS GM heads that have been ported, a NOS Isky cam, and a Lehman timing cover with matching water pump and oil pump. These parts had been in cool, dry storage for decades. I have separated these parts into NO RESERVE Auctions here on ebay starting at $9.99 Each.


    If anyone is interested in these parts, here are links to the auctions:


    Vintage Mechanical Fuel Injection GM 215 V8 Buick Olds Range Rover Intake System


    https://www.ebay.com/itm/372848741701



    NOS Olds 581829 Aluminum Cylinder Heads GM 215 V8 Oldsmobile Buick Range Rover


    https://www.ebay.com/itm/352861419399


    Vintage Offenhauser 5182 Aluminum Intake GM 215 V8 Buick Olds Range Rover


    https://www.ebay.com/itm/352861402815



    Vintage Lehman V-8 Drives Oil Pump Timing Cover Mounted Dry Sump 1960's Race Car


    https://www.ebay.com/itm/352861397711



    NOS 215 Aluminum Timing Cover Olds Pontiac Buick Rover Lehman V-8 Drives


    https://www.ebay.com/itm/352861388455



    Vintage Lehman V-8 Drives Water Aluminum Timing Cover Mounted 1960's Race Car


    https://www.ebay.com/itm/372848730439



    Vintage NOS Iskendarian Camshaft GM 215 V8 Buick Olds Range Rover Isky Cam


    https://www.ebay.com/itm/372848747968


    I hope these parts can find good homes.



    Thanks for the ad and good luck bidding,


    Jason
     

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  2. mineseats9

    mineseats9 Silver Level contributor

  3. philbquick

    philbquick Founders Club Member

    They used 215s in midgets in the 60s. Looks like nice stuff. I noticed the cam has a small base circle which would be done in a stroked motor.
     
  4. Brandon Cocola

    Brandon Cocola Well-Known Member

    There was a picture on one of the hydroplane boat pages on Facebook with a guy that had a pickup truck bed full of 215 parts.

    I thought about picking up a land rover 215 since they are more common around here but not sure what to put it in and I eventually want a 61-62 Skylark so I may just wait for that.
     

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