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What emission components are needed to make a 1974 Corvette 350 engine legal in a 1986 Camaro in Missouri?

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2011-09-13 10:56:28
2011-09-13 10:56:28
EmissionsYou should first check with your State Motor Vehicle Dept. to see if you can in fact install an older motor in a newer car. Some states do not allow that. Then if that's okay, then probally all you will need are the Factory Emissions stuff installed on a 1986 Camaro since all you have to do is meet the Emissions Standards for that year if your state requires it.

Check this link: http://www.gatewaycleanair.com/mechanic/air3_4/air3_4.htm#5

Scroll down page to: Emissions Test Requirements for Modified and Historic Vehicles

The Missouri DMV web address is: www.Missouri.dmv.org

Hope this helps, don't know date you posted this.

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