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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by 1pickup, Mar 27, 2017.
Where does the time go?
My Chevy II/Nova 327/350 hp.
Also plus .040.
That's a different looking water pump.
That looks fantastic!!! What color is that gold?
327 sprint car engine. Flat tappet cam. Lehman front cover. Crank drive water pump. Cam drive pump. Cirello magneto. Early hilborn injection( Thanks Frank!!!) Ported 461 heads with screw in studs. 11:1 compression. Should take the alky well and make for a fun ride!
Working on changing the heater core so I can hear mine run again.
Mine with the "sleeper" 283 covers. D
Happy 3/27 to everyone! Here are a few of my small journal 327. Bored .030, comp 262H, offy tri power with Ford 94's.
Those valve covers were also used on the 67 Z/28 302's, 67 L79 327's and 67 Camaro SS 350's.
OEM chrome plated.
It's a Zips water pump riser with a six cylinder pump. Bill
I started with Anniversary Gold, but it was too yellow against the maroon that I plan to use. I mixed a little maroon with it and darkened it up a little .I think it looks closer to Aztec gold now. Bill
^^ That's a beauty!^^
And, you beat me to it this year! Thanks for posting.
oops, the gold one I'm referring to.
My last 327. HRP
I posted a pic of mine last year, not much has changed but its getting closer and closer to being bolted into place
Mine again after a winter upgrade. I swapped the power pack heads for double humps, a little bit hotter cam, C3Bx intake and M/T valve covers. I have a duel point distributor to go in, too.
I just picked one up, to use in my '40 PU. It replaces a fresh 283 that I had planned for the project.
Specs man, specs.
My 327 is a numbers matching 300 HP thats now .060 over with TRW domed forged pistons, Fuelie 202 heads, Comp Cams XE262H cam and valve springs, headers, balanced with a Holley 670 CFM Street Avenger carburetor. Couldn't be any happier with its performance with a Muncie M21 and a 3.73 positraction rear. Really pulls through all rpm ranges and has a ground pounding idle.
Gman,your 63 is one of my faves here on the HAMB, I bet that is a lot of fun.
I never took engine photos but with a good imagination one can picture the stock (and tired) 250 horse 327 in this Impala I owned a long ago. The car was not very inspiring to drive with the three speed column shift so I did a complete stock appearing Muncie changeover and I gotta say it totally woke that car up.
A buddy of mine and I got a matched pair out of a boat, both had been rebuilt and .040 over, I got the one that was reverse rotation. It's getting freshened up, with a 260 Erson camshaft, and this Edelbrock tri-power, along with a set of fenderwell headers. Should make a nice package with a Saginaw 3 speed on the column.
Standard bore, 11:1 factory forged pistons,.crap 71 LT1 heads with z28 springs, Isky cam, Edlebrock intake, 59 348 WCFB, accel dist, Muncie 4spd. 35yr old build in my daily driver 57 210 sedan. Picture taken tonight at work. Lol Happy 327 day!
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It's 3/27 again! Happy Rev day...
This was after we got it running we will be on the road in the next little bit.
It had not been started and run for any length of time since 85 before this.
The engine of choice in our garage, we have a few 327's powering our cars.
The motor in Miss Taboo is a 66 327. Bored 30 over, full race isky cam (no clue on specs been in there for decades), camel hump 1.94's and topped with 6x2's
The next 327 is my grandparents 55 Chevy. Its a 65 block, bored 30 over, forged pop up pistons, Comp Extreme Synergy cam, 1.6 roller rockers in stock 1.94 heads, topped with a fully chromed out tri power set up. This motor moves!
Last 327 is the one powering my 68 Camaro as this is the original motor for the car. Its still a true 327, never bored and didnt need it when i had it out. Original crank, rods and pistons. Factory 2.02 camel humps, Z/28 30/30 cam, factory over the counter 69 Z/28 style aluminum intake with a correct looking Holley carb.
All engines assembled and detailed in the garage, its one of my favorite things to do on a restoration.
My .030 over ‘65 with 461 heads and a 471 blower.
Both are 327 Turbo-Fire valve covers. The later ones have a deeper V. Funny they were throwaways when I was a kid now that I want some they are higher than a cats back. LOL
I got a 327 that is a factory stroker. Does that count?
.030" over, Schneider solid lifters, Fuelie heads, WCFB's,
2 1/2" Ram Horns.
Not to pretty but she’s a 1967 HT code 350 horse version .
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