The last year for the 327 in a C10 was 1968.
NO. It is a 325 cubic inch engine. Not a 327
NO THEY DID NOT. A whole lot of people call the 5.3L V-8 a 327, But it only has 325 cubic inches. The 327 engine has 327 cubic inches. UNDERSTAND.
What's the price range to rebuild a Chevy 327 engine
Chevy still has NOT reproduced the 327 CID engine. It is NOT used anymore. Alot of people call the 5.3L smallblock chevy a 327 and it is NOT a 327. It is a 325 CID / Cubic inch desplacement engine and that is 2 cubic inches smaller then a 327 engine. That is NOT much but it still is not a 327
Yes, and well.
The Chevy 327 was an engine Chevy built in the 60's. There is today a Chevy 5.3 Liter that is close to 327 Cu. In. Actually 327 Cu. In. is closer to a 5.4 Liter as it is 5.385 Liters. In addition, AMC also produced a 327 cid v-8 for a period of time
a 350 or 327 that is the question. A 350 or a 327
A Chevy 327 cubic inch engine is the equivalent to 5.3 liters. This is the size of the combustion chambers in the cylinders.
A 327 Chevy engine has to potential for a lot of horsepower gain, however like any engine the quality of the engine depends on how well it is maintained.