The PCV valve elbow is missing, so assume that other small hardware may absent.
No mention of a clutch+flywheel or flexplate (neutrally balanced required).
I would replace the socket head cap screws (on exhaust manifolds) with regular hex bolts, or studs+nuts; I would expect the Allen heads to strip easily.
Remember that 3.4 L Camaro engines are only somewhat plug-and-play; even if using the Fiero computer, some tuning may be necessary for it to run well.
Does the seller have a build thread, or pile of receipts to prove what work has been performed, or which parts were purchased?
Note that the bores have just been honed; OK, but is there any proof that the cylinders meet factory specifications after just
a hone? Does the seller have measurements of each bore?
Price seems a bit high for a refresh with factory parts... however, if it really is "almost like-new", then it may be an OK deal.
Lots of time saved if you don't have to dive into the engine yourself. But the seller is probably making money from this sale, I don't think it's just breaking even with the expenditures. No mention of high-dollar components, or high-dollar machining, so the expenditures cannot have been too high.
On the other hand, if the seller were to have begun with a core in bad condition, and needed to sink more money into the engine to rebuild it, I don't think the value to the end-user is any greater. It's the end result that matters, correct?
Here I have a running tally of my engine rebuild project (a 3.1 bored to 3192 cc):http://www.fieromontreal.co...86.msg33330#msg33330
If you scroll to the engine section, I'm up to around 4.5k Canadian in parts/machining in the rebuild. You may be more frugal than I, but that's one data point.
Think you can do it for cheaper?
My gut feeling is that this sort of thing is worth 2k USD, but it all depends on the how well done it is. If the seller can convince that it's well-built, then 2.7k may be an acceptable price to pay.