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10-10-2012 08:12 PM
dor977 s picture of you motor mounts would be appreciated. is there any way you could measure the distance from the old motor mounts to where you welded in the current mounts . anything would be helpful.
10-09-2012 08:15 PM
the project I have been doing

1960 corvette with a 2001 vette motor I can take some pics of the motor mounts if that helps

10-06-2012 08:19 PM
ls1 into a c1 corvette

need to know exact placement of motor mounts in c1 corvette chassis . i am hoping that someone can help me without me having to put the body on the chassis to fiind the right placement. any help will be appreciated. if it matters the ls1 is out of a 2001 camaro and i am using the six speed thank you

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