grumpyvette wrote:wow! if its not rusted out in several places you sure got a great deal!
now we can start on your BIG BLOCK ENGINE BUILD!
Strictly Attitude wrote:So sweet I live in NY there would be nothing left of that car. I want it as my family cruiser ever though my chevelle is known to pack a child seat in the rear.
raycow wrote:The stock SB frame bracket nos. are 3840755 LH and 3840756 RH. I don't know if they are reproed, because a lot of SB cars were built and the brackets are (were?) fairly easy to find in salvage yards.
If you want new brackets, or can't find used ones, you can use the 396 brackets, 3872815 LH and 3872816 RH. They will raise the engine slightly higher than the stock brackets, but are otherwise interchangeable. These brackets are reproed and available from the specialty parts vendors because a lot of people want to swap BB engines into these cars.
busterrm wrote:I know a guy in Wichita Falls that has a 375 for sale that would make that lil guy haul the mail. The owner is about to pull it out of a 76 Nova to put in a Dart SHP 400.
That is a very true statement, put some stronger springs up front to hold the bbc. Build a mild 496 and you be haulin the mail and surprising all the locals.Strictly Attitude wrote:That cries sleeper put a big snail under the hood.
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