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Motor fit
#1417109 Thu Jul 15 2021 09:02 PM
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Motor fit

Does anyone know if a 1952 chevy car motor will 1954 GMC pickup.

jimcrowell
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Re: Motor fit
Jim Crowell #1417115 Thu Jul 15 2021 09:36 PM
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Hi Jim. Please ask your question in the Engine Forum. This is the Gallery where folks post pictures of their trucks and tell us a little abit about them. Its not for sharing technical info, asking question or discussion. I would move this, but as this is a Gallery forum, I can't move your post to a discussion forum. Go ahead and ask your question where they experts will see it and then I'll delete this for you.

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John


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