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    409 Impala gas lines

    Thanks Don
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    409 Impala gas lines

    Thanks for the info., as far as the routing was the 409 different from a 327?
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    409 Impala gas lines

    Do factory 409 cars have bigger gas lines?
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    1962 409 casting numbers

    Your photo of the casting number looks exactly like mine, the casting date on mine is K-25-61. Thank you so much for taking the time to respond, I was sure someone would know why.
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    1962 409 casting numbers

    interesting, thanks
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    1962 409 casting numbers

    I'll bet someone here has an idea why. I bought a complete 1962 409, I'm talking carbs to pan, generator, fan, dist.. All numbers are there and appear correct, but the block casting number, 3788068, the 88 appears to be ground off and then 88 is then stamped on the block, all the other numbers...
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    going 409

    Thanks to Don J.. It first seemed like it would be an easy swap, but when I noticed the starter for the 348 bolted to the bellhousing and the 409 starter bolted to the block???? When Tom K. asked "if I could" post some pictures I smiled, he must know me, I have no idea how to post some pictures...
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    going 409

    I currently have a 61 Biscayne with a 348 4 speed, I was lucky enough to find a 62 409-409 motor. Is this motor swap going to be easy or??
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    Full size chevy rear ends 59-61

    Do all of the 59-61 full size Chevys have the same 10 bolt rear ends?
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    Edelbrock 2x4 on a 348

    I have a 1961 Chevy Biscayne 2dr. with a 350 horse 348, which means it has 3781147 heads, and tri power. I want to put an Edelbrock 2x4 set on it. Are the ports on these heads considered small port or large port?
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