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cosmic12 04-05-2015 12:29 PM

LS? you Bet!
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LS really is the way to go these days. We have done 2 sofar and have one maybe another build coming up soon. The orig cost is high but things are coming down. If you want power/sound/reliability/gas milage and so easy to maintain its the way to go.
65 Malibu LS 3 6spd

62 Impala LSA blown intercooled

sgtpontiac 04-05-2015 07:14 PM

Very clean machines....
Yeah, guess that is the wave of the future for engine swaps....lots of power and decent fuel mileage....win win....[cl

cosmic12 06-30-2017 07:03 AM

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We started another LS build about 2 months ago. We don't have the engine/trans yet as we are in the mock up stage after replacing all the foors from and including the firewall to the trunk. It is a 67 Nova SS that was a full on race car most of its life so it was kinda twisted up.
Anyway It will be a very hot LS1 with a carb looking throttle body with a working cowel induction so when ya open the hood at 1st it will appear to be a blinged up small block. Just a foam mock up engine/trans for now. The headers, from Detroit Speed are works of art in SS.
For more on the build at LSwerks.com (current projects.)

kenny c 06-30-2017 05:56 PM

looks cool.

akatao 06-30-2017 06:40 PM

they really are !

lowbudget50 12-11-2017 12:35 AM

Very nice!

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