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Old 08-23-2004, 09:40 AM
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Question 460 vs. 351

I have a '77 Ranchero with a 460/C6 and a lightly rusted body. It runs fine! Tomorrow I will pick up my "new" '79 Ranchero that has been resident in a junk yard for who-knows-how-long (photos). Its body is much better. I propose to use the '77 drive train in the '79 body. Any suggestions?


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