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underdog67
    
i have a 73 omega .It has a 350 in it.How can i identify this motor?Is it a 4 bolt main?
 
posted: September 2, 2008
 
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zekec37
    
I'm not too sure of an answer to your question, but if you are seeking parts, I believe the Omega is the same car as the Chevy Nova of the same years.
posted:  September 3, 2008
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hunter1975
    
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remove the oil pan and look at the main caps if have 4 bolts then yes if only 2 bolts then no
posted:  September 4, 2008
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