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#1211141 - Sat Apr 01 2017 04:21 AM 216 block
Aus42blackout Offline
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Registered: Thu Jan 07 2010 06:37 PM
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Loc: Rockhampton, Queensland, Austr...
well I am not having much luck getting engine going and now I need another 216 block, so if anyone knows some one who may have one I would be interested in looking at it. I do live in Rockhampton QLD. Come to far in to resto to turn back, trying my patience.
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#1211146 - Sat Apr 01 2017 07:53 AM Re: 216 block [Re: Aus42blackout]
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I don't know how many Chevrolet parts are floating around down under, patience is a virtue; hopefully something will appear.

Have you considered widening your engine selection to include 235's and 261's? They will fit and can be disguised to look much like a 216.
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#1211248 - Sat Apr 01 2017 09:49 PM Re: 216 block [Re: Aus42blackout]
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Ok I will think about it, but would realy like to stay true to truck as it is all still original.
Cheers Justin
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