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  1. rharrison
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    rharrison Member

    hello,this my firsr shot at this so here goes,i would like to put a small v6,maybe a 3.8 gm into a 95 geo tracker. not wanting a hot rod,just a motor that is easy to find and not bad on gas. any suggestions ? thanks rick
  2. rustednutz
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    Welcome. This is not the right website for that kind of vehicle, but there is a lot of useful info that would help in building just about anything. This is a website for traditional hot rods sixties and earlier.
  3. styleline
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  4. wbrw32
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    wbrw32 Member

    Mr Harrison.Please read the "sticky" at the top of this page..Maybe you can understand what the HAMB is all about..
    "TRADITIONAL HOT RODS."....Welcome and read lots ,convert to the Trad style and forget a Tracker.
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  5. OLIVER BROS GARAGE
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    OLIVER BROS GARAGE Member

    You took a wrong turn somewhere.

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