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2006-09-08 23:36:06
2006-09-08 23:36:06

There is no cheap and easy way to make this swap, aside from finding a donor car for parts. And why would you install a 305? If you are going to do it, install a 350. Way better and more powerful engine than the 305. If the 305 will fit then the 350 will fit. You can buy a brand new, (Not Rebuilt), 350 for less than $2,000 with a 3/36 warranty.

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