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Old 04-05-09, 05:03PM   #1
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Default Traditional Engine in a Third Gen F Body

How's it going? I used to be on these forums quite a bit a few years back. I sold my car do to needing some money, and also at the demand of my then wife. Since then I have lost the wife and am ready to put together another car. I was thinking of putting together a third gen t/a with a traditional engine. I was wondering if anyone had any advice or links they could send me to for tackling such a project. Thanks in advance for any help.
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Old 04-10-09, 07:40PM   #2
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Old 04-11-09, 12:32AM   #3
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here is one:
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Thankfully some Pontiac folks pulled up their anchors that were firmly planted in the past and started to explore new uncharted waters.
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Old 04-26-09, 10:46AM   #4
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like this? DO IT 3rd GEN are the BEST cars to use. 4th are a PIA. less under the hood room! 3rd gen is like working on a old car! Both 3 rd and 4th flat out HOOK! I am sOOOOOO glad I sold my old 74GTO to build one! pic 1 477 cid IA 1, pic 2 467 stock block.
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There is an old red coupe thats coming around and it looks nothing but sad. All scrached and dirty with a cracked windshield and the paint job is really bad. Well her fenders shake and her tail lights gone and the rust is showing threw she is a Dog on top but a Devil under neath and she will make a fool of YOU! Sleeper, Sleeper watch her kinda close don;t laugh too loud or smile. She may look funny but don;t you know that boneyard Devil can really go 9 flat in the 1/4 mile(or 8.65 @157.82)
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