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Old 07-14-2002, 03:21 PM
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Post Performance parts for Chevy 235?

Does anyone make upgraded parts for a chevy inline 6?
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i know you can get them, try langdon stove bolt. the have a web site but i think you have to buy a catalog to get any good stuff.
let me know what you find, i have a gm i-6 my self, i started hunting parts but i wound up with a car. so i figure i'll use the 6 some day.
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Stovebolt is the best place for hopup parts but there are a bunch of people with restoration stuff. Chevs of the 40s, Jim Carter are a couple of the best. I am currently rebuilding my 235 and am getting all my stuff from Stovebolt.

Also try Clifford Performance. He specializes in 6s.

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I found a dual carb setup up at the swap meet this weekend. The guy had an offenhauser manifold with 2 rebuilt carters, aluminum valve cover and side cover and remote oil pump and all the linkage. He wanted $700 for the set. I don't think anybody bought it. I saw a lot of dual carb manifolds for 235s.
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Try www.cliffordperformance.com they deal with inline sixes.
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i helped a friend buildup a 235 a few years ago.it was tough... he still has the offy intake for a 3 2-barrel carb setup and like the guys before me said it was a mail order from clifford performance.im sure he willsell it dirt cheap.any takers???
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We just finished having a '54 235 built at Joe's Engine Shop in Concord. It's going in a '38 1/2 ton. It was punched to 244 and will put out 225 horses with good low end torque. We obtained the new parts from Tom at Stovebolt. He sells Clifford and other brand name parts for inline 6 engines. Here's a tip: don't let Tom talk your ear off when you call. He has a passion for those inline engines and will try to tell you about his working on them, when he worked @ G.M. He came through for us. Do it right, Fastgo
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Thunder, E-me. I may know of a home for that 3x2 6 popper manifold setup.
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Does anyone make upgraded parts for a chevy inline 6?
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I am looking for the exact same thing.......keep me posted and I,ll do the same.
dave.......*************

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i helped a friend buildup a 235 a few years ago.it was tough... he still has the offy intake for a 3 2-barrel carb setup and like the guys before me said it was a mail order from clifford performance.im sure he willsell it dirt cheap.any takers???
why will he sell it dirt cheap? not satisfied? Is it something that really won,t work to begin with?.... **************

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looking for 1955 235 performance parts,got anything???cliff **************

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You need to use the Classifieds for "Parts Wanted"- the forum isn't the place, according to the mods.
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Go to the Stovebolt forum, they have a hi-po section for old engines, guys there will be able to direct you.
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You need to use the Classifieds for "Parts Wanted"- the forum isn't the place, according to the mods.
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