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04-03-2005 10:15 PM
Not an S-10 body

The 34 ford sits on the frame totally different than a stock S-10. I'm not sure if there will there be enough room between the engine and radiator to install a fan, alternator, etc. I'm hoping someone out there has done this conversion.
04-03-2005 09:43 PM
Centerline There are small block conversion kits out there for the S-10 and I would think that would be the easiest way to go. Here's just one kit manufacturer: Allstar Performance
04-03-2005 08:12 PM
34 ford on s10 frame motor mounts

I purchased a 34 fiberglass ford coupe sitting on a boxed S-10 frame. For me to install a small block chevy engine, I'd like suggestions on motor mounts?

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