1957 Bel Air sport sedan
Has anyone done the GM crate 350 in their 55-57? This is the route I was looking at and wondered if anyone came across any problems.
That is exactly what I am looking to build except I want a 4 door. Just plain, simple, easy to maintain, and classic all at the same time. I want something that I can drive to work and drive to the local Sonic Drive-In on Friday nights or a local car show on the weekend. I miss the 2 1964 Impalas I built and I miss working on them. Somehow a 2004 Nissan Frontier doesn't give the same satisfaction as a classic Chevy.1957chevy said:I want to get a 55 2dr with no motor or trans and put in a 350 crate and a transmission "to match", paint the car flat black, and have a very simple interior....that would be a real cool driver!
290HP and 326lb-ft of torque for $1517.36Motown Menace said:If I remember correctly the Summit one comes with no intake and accesories? If so, then take a look at Scoggin Dickey Performance Parts www.spdc2000.com.
They have the GM Goodwrench Crate 350 for $1439. But they have the engine with intake, carb, HEI, and more for $2095 HERE. Not a bad deal for a new engine that's almost complete.