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02-05-2014 05:31 AM
Dragonoake
Quote:
Originally Posted by Crazy Mopar Guy View Post
Well SOMEBODY has got a HANDFUL of a Camaro!
Back in the 80's, there was a guy who had one in a Gremlin
11-01-2013 06:14 PM
Torque454 Waste of a perfectly good car! Ruin it with a Chrysler product. Ugh! Id rather see a Coyote 5.0 or a Vortec 6.2 in that...
10-21-2013 02:49 AM
captainbob I like it! Is there a radiator in there somewhere?
10-19-2013 01:58 PM
1971BB427 I love it, but I like different engine swaps that break the rules! Tired of seeing the same old engine and car matching brands myself. I've got a SBC 327 in my old Austin sedan, and a BBC 464 in my '63 Falcon. I think it's cool that the owner is building outside the box.
10-18-2013 11:48 PM
gorilla13
I remember

I remember my first engine swap back about 32 years ago. Had a 68 cougar with a worn out 289 and had a 350 just sitting there so.....yep I did in it went and fought for a month wiring it up and getting it started. didn't know alot back then but it worked.
10-18-2008 06:34 PM
1969NovaSS Well at least its easy to change the spark plugs now. Besides, who wouldn't want a twin turbo hemi?
10-18-2008 04:27 PM
poncho62 Well...That's one way that GM and Chrysler can ....MERGE.........
10-18-2008 04:03 PM
Crazy Mopar Guy
Quote:
Originally Posted by Centerline
I like to see a hemi in just about anything but..... and I hate to say this..... there are just times and places where a SBC really belongs. That hemi could be more useful and more valuable in a mid '60s "B" body Mopar.
Couldn't agree more.
This guy is trying to get some track numbers though, I think the engine is a BIG power engine, and the car is a 10.5 tire car...

Well built car for sure.....?
10-18-2008 03:38 PM
Centerline I like to see a hemi in just about anything but..... and I hate to say this..... there are just times and places where a SBC really belongs. That hemi could be more useful and more valuable in a mid '60s "B" body Mopar.
10-18-2008 02:42 PM
weirdbeard WOW!!

Umm.. It looks right at home in that fourth gen..?.....
10-18-2008 01:51 PM
Rob Keller O M G!!!!!

Don't let Centerline see you abusing a HEMI!!!





R
10-18-2008 01:44 PM
Crazy Mopar Guy
Hahaha Remember that "Hemi in a Camaro" thread...

Well SOMEBODY has got a HANDFUL of a Camaro!




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