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Jim, @33cab lives out there. Was on the forum in Aug. Maybe he will respond or know someone that can help. Anyhow, going back to the top now.:D
^^^^^now that is funny right there LMAO
yes the stock bore on a 303 is 3 3/4. 324 was 3.875 if my memory is working, and 371 was 4. Common swaps back in the day. Early blocks usually...
those are slick! Where do you source those from?
Awesome work Paul. You keep me motivated!
Frank, nice job on that Nash. Knew you would be working on something. How big is the farm? What is Jim planning for it?
where are the usual photoshop pics???? Is Moose still out there:)
Nice work, as always Paul.
Wow, great score Joe. That is some hard to find stuff right there.
409 has a bell shaped bolt flange while the 348 is round. This may help with ID
Love those Olds engines. Looks like anice project. Good to see your back. Will be following along....
Haven't talked to Frank in a while. As suspected, he is doing his own thing and most likely driving the 32 around as always.
Nice work Neil. Keep at it.
Had these Carter YH carbs (3) for too long and will not use them. Thought of using them on a banger engine but have changed direction. These are...
Facebook this guy. He has a ton of parts
How is the storm Phil?
Is this the one you are looking for?...
Welcome back. Been a lot of changes I bet since you were here last. Nice cruiser you have there.
Very narrow chalk is the key:):)
might shoot these guys an email
or these folks
all are closer to the west coast (less freight)
Jed, Phil just went thru his hydramatic in his poncho. He did a great tech on it and it is imbedded in this thread:...
Welcome aboard Jed. I have never done that swap but don't believe that it would be too difficult so long as you had a complete 303/324 to work...
French lake auto parts?
@Paul has a build thread on his recent T that would be most helpful. Very documented and worth a read. Look in the Build Thread Index for that and...
Best money you will ever spend..........
Finally going down the road and with the family to boot. Just awesome, now drive the wheels off before the white stuff shows up!
plate fits like this
Thanks for the input fellas. Another mystery solved!
Anyone have an old Transdapt book that shows a fc53k. It appears to be an early Chev v8 to something. Any help would be great.
There are many carb guru's here that will chime in. Some thoughts here though off the top of my head...
Take the secondary carb off and block the...
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