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Civilian GMC 302 and 4 speed tranny, complete intact drivetrain with all running gear still bolted to engine, pulled from 85K mile truck. Turns...
McGurk Triple Carb Intake for Chevy 235 and 261. Good condition, old polish job. Can be bored to accept 5 carbs. I will post pictures in coming...
Bump. Looking to trade for Nicson 302 or 261 speed parts
McGurk 3 Carb intake for GMC 302 and 270H. Used with original paint. The G is grinded down a little, otherwise in really good shape. $700 obo plus...
Sold. Please remove.
1954 GMC Suburban Carryall for trade. Built at the Oakland, California plant. No motor. 4 speed tranny. No seats. Barn doors. Deluxe trim truck. 4...
Does anyone know of a tranny shop around Phoenix, AZ that has experience with early (53) GMC Hydra-Matic trans? Thanks
Will I need to use a short shaft water pump?
I spoke with a friend of mine yesterday and he speeaks highly of Morrison's as well. They did a great job on his Chevy 261.
Can I drill and tap the 3 spots on the 54' block to use the current side mounts in the car?
There is " Patrick's" in Casa Grande, but they farm their engine builds out. I got the number to the guy they use, but wanted to see if anyone has...
I am looking for a quality machine shop in or around Phoenix, AZ that has experience with GMC/Chevy inline six engines, Any advice? Thanks.
Mine measured at 1 11/16" bore
How can I tell if the Rochester on the engine is the original for 261 or if it is a 235 carb?
Thanks to all for the other input.
Picked the 261 up from a fellow HAMBER this weekend. The casting #'s on the block are 3733950, so I assume it is a 54.
The Babbit 235 in the...
I am not sure on the year. I will be picking the engine up next weekend and can check the casting numbers then.
I am going to be swapping the stock Babbit 235 from my 1952 Chevy Coupe with a 261. It is a Powerglide car.
The swap seems pretty straight...
Welcome from New River, AZ.
It takes a great man to be a good father. You are very lucky to have had him in your life.
Did you get the truck?
I agree. Spending your life at home to be safe isn't living to me. Enjoy it while you can, you never know when your time will come.
That is some funny shit.
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