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Old 02-01-2002, 08:02 AM
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I need help finding performance parts for a 348 ci chevy engine like aluminum intake electronic distributor etc. if anyone could point me in the right dirrection i would appreciate it thanx

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Yes,I can help you! S C AUTOMOTIVE SHOW CARS,inc.specializes in 1958-64 348/409 engines. There in New Ulm, Minnesota,rr3 box 9, 56073. #(507) 223-1958. Or look them up at www.dr409.com. there catolog is free and they have everything you would ever need for our 348. hope that helps. NORM...
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OK guys humor a novice would ya? what is a 348 chevy?
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Solowookie, The 348 was a big block that Chevy came out with in 1958, the 409 followed it later on. They both have wide irregular shaped valve covers.

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thanks... anybody got any pic's of these things?
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Did you check out the link on Norms post ? There is some drawings there that will give you an idea what they looked like. They started out as a truck engine before they were used in cars.
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