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    572 big block chevy

    which chevrolet muscle car do you think a big block 572 would go best with?

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    Any car it will fit into!
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    into a 240sx, preferably mine if its all aluminum.
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    Put some wheels on the engine and let it run till its out of fuel

    Imagine the power to weight ratio!

    720hp moving the mass of the engine and a subframe with wheels
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    I want to put it into a vega. I doubt you could get any traction at all ever.

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    Vega <3
    Or one of those last gen Novas that nobody except me likes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quiggs
    Vega <3
    Or one of those last gen Novas that nobody except me likes.
    Your wrong. My grandmother likes them.

    I'd put one in an El Camino or a 68 Camaro/Firebird. Or my Blazer...
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    I'd take one of those novas, but I prefer the 69 or 70

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    Yep a nova for sure thats what my suggestion would be. I also wouldnt mind shoving it in a 67 Mustang.
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    I'm thinking more along the lines of a black Pantera. I think it would fit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by "Clevor" Angel
    I'm thinking more along the lines of a black Pantera. I think it would fit.
    Yeah a small block ford and a big block chevy there close to the same size right? It would be cramped.
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    Quote Originally Posted by baddabang
    I'd put one in an El Camino
    Oh man that would be awesome.

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    I'm thinking Factory Five Racing Cobra replica . They don't come with an engine anyway, and why go to all the trouble of having to remove a pre-existing motor?
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    Put it in a Camaro and see how it goes
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    Quote Originally Posted by Timothy (in VA)
    I'm thinking Factory Five Racing Cobra replica . They don't come with an engine anyway, and why go to all the trouble of having to remove a pre-existing motor?
    A car like that needs a small block(289) or big block(428) ford. Im really not a purist but in like that car it needs it.
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