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Is it possible to change a 455 Pontiac with a 4 speed manual from a 75 trans am to a 79 trans am with a 403 olds and a 350 turbo tranny and what do you need?

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2006-02-15 04:19:14
2006-02-15 04:19:14

YES,BUT YOU WILL HAVE TO CHECK MOTOR MOUNT LOCATIONS AND CHANGE AS NESESSARY. ALSO YOU WILL HAVE CHANGE DRIVESHAFTS ALONG WITH ALL NESSESARY LINKAGE AND OF COURSE THE CLUTCH PEDAL.

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