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Old 11-11-2012, 12:00 PM
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yep, the 327 was the street choice in them days. then the 350 took its place. and did it well.if i had a 305 or a 307 id run em. no prolem. but a street car dont have to be all that fast for me. i dont care for a dog but even a 300 hp build is plenty to push one along.most folks never experience 300 hp. any engine can be improved in power. the 350 is proly the cheapest power out there. i like em but i aint gona use one in my chevy. maby a big block. im not a cookie cutter guy. hahaha..nothin wrong with the 350 at all. i just dont want to raise my hood and see the same engine in most hot rods.
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