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04-07-2010 08:49 PM
timothale
easy $ way

Several companies make bolt on kits for using a mustang II front suspension and bolt in motor mounts. . the old chevy used a torque tube enclosed drive shaft. you can also buy the bolt in parts to up grade to a newer rear end. that is the nice thing about old chevies and fords. a lot of stuff is available.
04-07-2010 07:24 PM
spinalremains
41 chevy

i have a stock 41 chevy project car that i plan on doing a frame off resto. this will be my first complete build. i would like to get rid of the original 216 inline 6 and go with a 305 or 350. what do i need to do to the front end to support this change?

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