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Quote: Buick 350 is WAY different. This engine has positively been ID'd as a SBC with an aftermarket distributor and oil pump drive. The Buick dizzy sits at in the about the same area but is located by a integral cast timing/water pump cover.
I don't know for sure what that engine is. I find it very hard to believe it's a Chevy. The dist is general motors. The covers aren't like ANY I've ever seen on a Chevy. Please somebody educate me on how a cam driven oil pump and dist can be moved from the rear to the front of an engine.. Yeah I know if one had access to an elaborate machine shop it could, perhaps, be done.. but really! I'd guess an older Buick or possible even an olds or even a pontiac. It does still have a 12V generator. Which ages it considerably. But Chevy? Really? Big JIm
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