The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by 1pickup, Mar 27, 2017.
Rock on enloe!! , glad to hear her runnin’!!
I am going to work on it this afternoon after I get home from work. I have to stop by my Aunt's house and put a battery on her CTSV then I will get some play time
My .040 over 328 in the 56 Chev
My first 327.....365 HP.....4-speed,4:11 posi......college ride in the mid-'60s.....
Current hot rod........327/375 HP (early modified FI from factory race car).......owned since 1968...
not tradtional, but still a '65 327.
327 time again?
I guess I don't look at the calendar as much now that I'm retired!
I have had mine for years.
My first 327, loving it so far. (Though I kinda wish I put a sniper efi on instead of a Holley 4bbl .)
It’s pretty mild and conservative.
My old thread coming up again! I'd post mine, but sadly it looks the same as when I started this thread. Man, I need to get off my ass...
here's mine. '66 300 horse 327 and a 4 speed, 350 gears.
Like you, not many changes to mine since last year but I'll toss it out there again anway.
Packard 327 straight 8
327 .030 over , L79 pistons, Schneider cam , slightly over sized headers
Thats a looker for sure, guessing those are 1&7/8" headers.
So much bitchin' eye candy here. Love the HAMB-able SBC, beautiful compact design. Hey, one of these days.. in this!...
Better Late than Never...
My 327 air cleaner.....and assorted parts attached...
Doug’s headers for Chevy II .
I see no reason to wait until March.
Slightly connected, these S&S 1&3/4" chassis headers are for 32-34's, I have them on my roadster, I have another set of the same ones that I modified to fit in my very low 327 powered 67 Nova.
Bump for 2020. @Truckdoctor Andy
Here's the 327 in my '34 5-window.
1968 large journal 327, aluminum camel hump 2.02s, '68 winters intake, Comp Cam L79+ cam, domed forged pistons milled for a total 10.5 compression, 2.5 inch dump rams horns.
1966 .040 over 327 in my roadster . Bill
Here is a mid 60's 327 out of a vette we borrowed when we first built the Hilltown Shaker. it was bone stock 350 hp 327, i added the magneto , fuel injection , and zoomie headers, it ran 10.78 at 123 in our 1900 lb altered . Once our race motor was done we gave it back to the fellow with the vette project, to the best of my knowledge it is still sitting in his garage where we put it back
Can't show you pretty,(or finished)! But, here is my 327 on the stand waiting for a rebuild. I am tired of that Grandma 350/auto in the 55. Going back with this motor and an M21 4 speed. Good cam, big valve heads, heck, I may even do a thread on it.
My Last 327...
My 57' Chevy in 1968, fresh 327 out of a 64’ Vette, L79 cam, cleaned everything. Back then chrome plating was cheap. 4 speed, 3:08 rear later went to 3:73. Fun car! Paid $160.00 and drove her home!
Here we go again....
No progress on the engine, but the car is starting to come together. Hopefully it will move under its own power later this year
here is one I looked at earlier this week. This is as far as I could get the hood up. It is supposed to be a 300 hp engine. It is in a 66 Impala. It is really rusty but all of the trim and interior except the front seat has been stored indoors for years upon years. I am going to buy it and keep the engine and part the rest out.
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