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    What do you think of this?

    67 with a 6 cylinder what is this engine?

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    That motor is a Australian Holden 6cyl could be 173 186 or 202 cubic inch,it should be stammed on the block aroumd the dizzy Cheers Nav

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    Looks to me like one of the sprint six optioned cars.

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    wont know until I own the car..

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    Looks like a plain 'ol 230/250ci Chevy "stove bolt" straight six to me, just like the one in my dad's old '74 Ventura. The sprint-6 engine was OHC, this is definately a push-rod straight-6. A 'bird w/ the OHC motor would have an emblem on the hood too.

    Hey, dare to be different, this motor is capable of some serious TQ/HP if you know what you are doing. I've seen folks run 11s w/ these engines, people would crap once you pop the hood on this after blowing their doors off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyBs98WS6Rag View Post
    Looks like a plain 'ol 230/250ci Chevy "stove bolt" straight six to me, just like the one in my dad's old '74 Ventura. The sprint-6 engine was OHC, this is definately a push-rod straight-6. A 'bird w/ the OHC motor would have an emblem on the hood too.

    Hey, dare to be different, this motor is capable of some serious TQ/HP if you know what you are doing. I've seen folks run 11s w/ these engines, people would crap once you pop the hood on this after blowing their doors off.

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    I'd love to sup this thing up...but, how much would it cost compared to just dropping a v8

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    I say stick with the 6 and hot rod it.

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    Arrgghhhh!!!!

    The owner said they know they could get more than 4.5k for it and they want to advertise and park it on the street for 6k....... its still a good deal but Im just pissed that they would string me along like this...

    I knew it was to good to be true.. I got them to go for 5.5k... what do you guys think.. should I do it.

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    Well I don't know what part of the country we are talking about,,,,but if it's rust free, solid, good title and mostly complete,,,then ya it's probably worth the money.

    Since I see 6 cylinder novas and camaros all the time going for that kind of money and even more,,(and some of them are rough),,I don't see why the 67-8-9 firebirds have taken so long to catch on,,,,but they are starting to now. Get it while you can if the car is right. Goodluck.

    Added bonus since it's a stick shift in my book,,,,with the clutch pedals already in place it's ripe for a cool V-8 4-speed swap.

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