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williebird
    
Any tips for using 84 buick front end on a 47 chevy stylemaster coupe?
Have a 1984 buick riv with a 350 small block and of course is front wheel drive. My main question is the task of making the 47 chevy a front wheel drive using the 1984 buick. Any tips or suggestions to make the project economical and what would be draw backs of this task. New to auto restoring or modifing and appreciate experienced guidance on this idea. Thank you. Williebird
posted: January 14, 2010
 
    
 
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trdkings
    
Is there a particular reason why you want to make it a front wheel drive car? My favorite clip is a 77ish camaro. the clip unbolts from the camaro and is very easy to cut and box to an older car frame, Make sure that you take measurements before you take everything apart to make sure that this is even possible.
posted:  January 15, 2010
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