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Not a bad looking Elky, and a decent price, too.
 

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I talked to him, he claims no rust, he even specified around the rear window and floor.
 

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Not sure why,if they went to the trouble to pull the engine ,than install a second 305 ?? to me thats just a wast of time , is a nice looking truck, price seams ok.:dontknow::texas:
 

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It was originally a 267 engine.
 

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Still,why not just do a 350,dont matter if it was a 4cyl ,they still pulled the engine do a darn 350 Sorry thats how i roll ! :beer:
 

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Still,why not just do a 350,dont matter if it was a 4cyl ,they still pulled the engine do a darn 350 Sorry thats how i roll ! :beer:
Me too but......

Actually if it was me it would have been a big block.
 

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No B/B in my El camino's I have enough power and Torq, with my SB now,when you spin through first and second,and most of the way down the track,thats ok will have very good,wheels up traction very soon,Mrs Fixit is ready to race !! now if i had a Monte carlo G body, or a Older Nova,That would get a B/B :texas::driving::driving:
 

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No B/B in my El camino's now if i had a Monte carlo G body, or a Older Nova,That would get a B/B :texas::driving::driving:

A big block with duallies?

I see 4 rubber marks.:poke:
 
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