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Re: '69 Chevy truck


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Posted by Windy in Kansas on August 14, 2005 at 15:32:55 from (4.244.189.151):

In Reply to: '69 Chevy truck posted by Jeff on August 14, 2005 at 13:21:11:

"I want to try and keep it as original as possible."

With the price of fuel as it is and since it only seems to be going higher I would keep as small an engine in the vehicle as makes sense for your intended use. If you will be pulling a loaded trailer then by all means go for a bigger engine.

For daily transportation to work, small engine, etc.

I would suggest that you check out some books from your local library on engine swaps for Chevrolet. If they don't have any in stock they should be able to Inter-Library Loan some in for you.

No, a replacement engine will not have to be from a 1969. Chevy small blocks were nearly the same for many a year.




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