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mrcourtneycox
    
how hard is it to put a small block in a 67 Newport?
I recently bought a 67 two door Newport without a motor, I have a small block with tranny I am looking to put in. What do I ned and where can I get the stuff to make it work?

Thank you,
Courtney
posted: January 15, 2010
 
    
 
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trdkings
    
A small block what? Why aren't you putting in the 383 wedge mopar motor? You need power to push this heavy car
posted:  January 18, 2010
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mrcourtneycox
    
I know that would be better to put the 383 in the car but I have a hopped up 318 and Im currently on a limited budget. Thank you.
posted:  January 18, 2010
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