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Old 03-07-2004, 07:46 PM
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i have 1972 ols 98 should put in a 72' or 86' cutlass or a 84' buick regal

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Do you mean you have a 72 olds motor? Because what you said makes NOOOOOO sense the way it was worded. If that is the case, what motor is it ect ect.

Wernt the buick regals unibodies, if so a body swap is almost impossible, or very difficult. If you want to do that, why not just take your motor and put in it. Im still confused....
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