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01-02-2006 04:18 PM
z3pr
Quote:
Originally Posted by poncho62
All these big block plans..............You had better take out another loan.......if just fpr the gas.
Yes, I will have too take another loan too build the 427, but that's okay. I plan on building it over the next 5 to 10 years. I'm in no hurry. It's been sitting in the driveway for a couple years already, so it can sit in a garage/barn for a while after I move. (Note; hope too rent/buy a old farm house outside the Omaha, Ne. area this summer.)
01-02-2006 03:28 PM
poncho62 All these big block plans..............You had better take out another loan.......if just fpr the gas.
01-02-2006 03:14 PM
1982 SS Go bigger... 572... or maybe 600" hemi Chevy...

otherwise, not bad. make sure the trans can stand up to a solid 427.
01-02-2006 02:36 PM
Rob Keller tell ya what for a buck you send me Paris Hilton I have enough ammo to hold off my wife for a day or so

I'll be ok as long as I don't touch


post some pics when you get started

hell I have ta fart to get a scent into my pocket!!

SR66
01-02-2006 10:29 AM
z3pr
Quote:
Originally Posted by Rob Keller
ME THINKS

you should stay with the 305 and the turbo 350 and GIVE that 427 & 700R4 to me for $1


Oh I needed a good laugh

if that dont make it FUN to drive only Paris Hilton washing it will

IMO nuthin replaces displacement!!


SR66
Don't have it yet, so it'd be hard too sell it to you for a buck, but if you want too donate that buck to my build fund, I'll send you a thank you email, LOL.
01-02-2006 08:13 AM
Rob Keller ME THINKS

you should stay with the 305 and the turbo 350 and GIVE that 427 & 700R4 to me for $1


Oh I needed a good laugh

if that dont make it FUN to drive only Paris Hilton washing it will

IMO nuthin replaces displacement!!


SR66
01-02-2006 12:06 AM
z3pr
Been awhile

I've almost got the loan paid off, and will soon be able too start doing some mods to the 78 El Camino. Just wanted too ask your opinions on my plans. I'm going too get rid of the 305, TH350, and stock rearend gears. My plans include a slightly built 427 big block, 700r4, and a posi rearend with 3.73 gears. Doesn't need too be the fastest car on the road, just want a fun too drive street machine. What do you all think of the power-train plans for the 78 El Camino ??

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