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Old 04-24-2007, 07:24 PM
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I have a friend with a 82 cutless wanting to put a 350 chevy motor out of his pickup he wants to know if it wood bolt right in and if the trany from the olds will bolt up to the chevy motor thanks for any help

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Buick, Olds and Pontiac have a different bolt pattern than Chevy. What transmission is in the Cutlass? Lots of 200 4R transmissions have both bolt patterns.
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78-87 Olds Cutlass, Buick Regals, Chev Monte Carlos, and Pontiac Grand Prixs same the same platform. With the appropriate v8 mounts it will bolt in. I used to have a 86 Cutlass (Canadian car) with a 305 and a 200-4r.
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