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Old 02/08/2006, 08:53 AM   #1
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Need engine advice

Well, after pestering the guy I got my CS from for the original 302, we discover the engine he has is NOT the original engine of the car . So, now I'm wondering what to do. The engine in it now is a '65 289. It runs well but it looks like a 40 year old engine and I really want to get it looking nice under the hood. If the best way to do that is to remove the engine, I'm thinking of replacing it with another engine. This is a ways down the line, but I'm still curious as to what you all would do.

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