@odcics2 hey,i was on the fb group and saw this 340 block being sold for 5k. seemed crazy high so i went thru the comments and supposedly this is one of the keith black 305-s? or something like that out of a daytona?? and the seller Has the crank and rods as well. which deffo arent factory. thought maybe this was right up your alley. cheers Mike Britain So this engine would have had to have been for Dick Brooks' Daytona, as it was the only winged car entered in 1971. The engine would have ran as a 305(destroked 340), per the rules for aero cars. Keith Black was responsible for those engines originally, so makes sense. Too bad the crank isn't with it. Joey Arrington Somewhere we have the original crank and rods for that block. Just to throw that out there Mike Britain Jake Levi Waller custom made cranks. They pretty much were all made to order for Gurney or Keith Black. As far as I know, the cranks were never actually offered by Chrysler Original T/A Keith Black Block Raced in Winged Dodge in 1971 at Daytona. The T/A blocks had thicker webs for the ability to install 4 bolt mains. 1970 was the staple year for the 340, as it carried the highest performance numbers of its life. Mopar added a higher-performance version named the Trans Am (T/A) edition, or Six-Pack on Plymouth models.