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HEI for your 216/235/261 Stock Distributor!

Kits are easy to install and do no harm to your vintage distributor.

The entire kit instructions are available at:


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#460437 - Sat Oct 11 2008 07:05 AM Welcome to the new Forum!!
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Registered: Tue Oct 07 2008 05:21 AM
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Loc: Southampton,NJ USA
Hi! All
New to the forum, I live in south jersey & just purchased a 57 chevy 3200 stepside longbed. My plans are to make it a tow vehicle for my other cars. Starting today installing P/Steering & F/Disc-rear drum Brakes keeping the stock axles & 6 lug wheels.
Will post photos when I lean how to.
Thanks All Phil
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#463668 - Tue Oct 21 2008 02:48 PM Re: Welcome to the new Forum!! [Re: Chevy3200]
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Welcome and hope everything is working out for you.
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#463948 - Wed Oct 22 2008 10:19 AM Re: Welcome to the new Forum!! [Re: Joy]
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welcome to BOLT. Keep us posted on what's happening and lots of pictures. Just let the guys know what we can do to help.
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