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Username Post: '75 Camaro LT
Posts: 137

Age: 57
Loc: Central WA. state
Reg: 03-29-07
01-01-17 11:32 AM - Post#2668863    
    In response to Gage K

Well, I know this is an old thread BUT

I would rebuild the engine. Of course, if you're not into that, prolly best to just get a crate engine. I've heard a lot of good things about some of the GM crate engines. I think it might be hard to beat one by building your own anyway. That being said, you could always hobble your car around(fixing only what needs to be to run it) for a while as you finish up the rest of the restoration while rat-holing money away for a new engine too. Maybe something special. I too will be dealing with this soon as well.
If it don't go, chrome it!

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