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Re: Inline 6 cylinder tricks?

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10-10-2011 11:05:57

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I am currently building a 292 for my sons 1950 Chev Pick up truck. When done he should be able to leave most any thing behind off the line. It is bored out 60 over has a performance cam made by PBM products. It will also end up with a 4 barrel carb on it and a few other tricks. Wish it was as easy to find stuff for them as it was back in the late 60s but seems every body wants them V-8s

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10-10-2011 13:40:51

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 Re: Inline 6 cylinder tricks? in reply to old, 10-10-2011 11:05:57  
Maybe we can swap out some ideas via email?
My mail is open if you care.

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10-10-2011 13:43:15

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 Re: Inline 6 cylinder tricks? in reply to ShepFL, 10-10-2011 13:40:51  
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email was not open

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10-10-2011 14:27:29

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 Re: Inline 6 cylinder tricks? in reply to ShepFL, 10-10-2011 13:43:15  
My e-mail is always open on here so yes if you like you can e-mail me. Shoot if you do that we could even talk on the phone but I will never post that here LOL

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 Re: Inline 6 cylinder tricks? in reply to old, 10-10-2011 14:27:29  
Note sent.

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