We Have Chevy 350 Engines
Chevy 350 Remanufactured Engines
The Chevy 350 engine is considered by some to be a great engine, far better than others of its kind. Durable, quiet, and performance-oriented, the 350 has a reputation for usability and reliability in cars, boats, trucks, and SUVs.
Remanufactured in a strict, multi-stage process, Gearhead Engines offers a complete line of Chevy 350 crate engines for your needs. As a result, these engines are machined with superior-quality parts. They stand the test of time and get you back on the road smiling.
Chevy 350 Long Blocks
We don’t remanufacture just short block engines. We carry a wide selection of engines, including Chevy 350 long blocks.
As with our short block engines, we replace all of the components, and our technicians machine the engines to current OE specifications or better. Certainly, that’s why remanufactured engines are often compared with new — and sometimes better than new.
Chevy 350 Crate Engines
Find a Chevy 350 engine for your car, truck, or SUV.
Get a free quote from our Gearhead Engines sales team.
Order the Chevy 350 engine that’s right for your needs.
Drive away confident and smiling!
Solid Reasons to Buy your Chevy 350 from Gearhead Engines
- Breathe easy with the best warranty in the industry.
Our engines come backed by the best warranty in the industry with no fault options.
- Enjoy fast and nationwide shipping and no-hassle returns.
We deliver to the lower 48 states for free and have a cost-effective delivery network for orders that go worldwide.
- Remanufactured engines are not the same as “rebuilt .”
Gearhead engines are remanufactured to pass or exceed the same specs that new engines do.
- We exceed expectations.
We’re here to provide you with personalized assistance at each step, from ordering to installation.
Why Buy Remanufactured?
Remanufactured engines are more accurately compared with new – and sometimes better than new. They’re built using all-new components, and they’re machined to current OE specifications or better. Nothing is left untouched.
In contrast, rebuilt engines are really just products that have had some new parts installed. Still, they may retain a number of used components, and they’ve had little (if any) machine work done.
At Gearhead Engines, we provide a wide selection of remanufactured engines, including the widely popular Chevy 350 engine. We’ll help you find the engine that’s best suited for your car, truck, boat, or SUV’s ongoing performance. Above all, if we don’t have an engine ready to go, we can usually have one built in a few weeks.
More Reasons to Buy Gearhead Engines
The More in Gearhead Engines and More
While our largest product line is still our top-quality remanufactured gasoline engines, Gearhead Engines offers a wide range of marine engines, diesel engines, turbochargers, and short blocks.
In addition to offering a complete line of top-quality engines, Gearhead Engines also serves up a full line of crate engines for nearly all domestic and import cars. We carry crate engines for VW, Nissan, Chrysler, Ford, Mitsubishi, and many more.
Already decided on the Gearhead Chevy 350 engine? We’ve got you covered with both manual and automatic transmissions, cylinder heads, and front and rear axle assemblies.
Trusted Warranties and Installation
Gearhead remanufactured engines come with nationwide, fully-transferable, 3-year, unlimited mile warranties — diesel remanufactured engines carry 1-year and 2-year warranties.
Also, our no-fault protection add-ons guarantee your investment, providing additional value.
And we offer a Premium Engine Install Kit to ensure all of the parts connecting with your engine are new and warrantied for 12 months. After all, you’re about to install a new, precision-machined Gearhead Engine. The best thing you can do is make sure your engine’s supporting parts are fresh and ready-to-go.
Just say “Yes!” to Gearhead Engines
- Have questions about why Gearhead remanufactured engines are better than the rest?
- Want details about our reman process or our fear-free warranties?
- Ready to buy a Gearhead remanufactured engine?