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DaveMann DaveMann
New User | Posts: 4 | Joined: 01/13
Posted: 01/29/13
03:55 AM

Has anyone ever put a 350 into a cavalier or somthing simular? Ive been puzzling over the idea only thing i can think of is rebuilding the fire wall and tying the subframes together but  i dont know what exactly to do to tie the frames could anyone enlighten me on this.  

pepsi1 pepsi1
Guru | Posts: 1718 | Joined: 09/11
Posted: 01/29/13
04:56 AM

Get with Chris Alston. That would be the safe way to build a chassis.
Don't piece any parts together. You have to think safety.

Back in the day we put Small Blocks in Corvairs. But we always thought about safety. I look at it this way. Would you buy a $5.00 helmet?

Bob  

68scott385 68scott385
Guru | Posts: 1990 | Joined: 10/09
Posted: 01/29/13
11:10 AM

http://www.cachassisworks.com/

Link to Chris Alton's website.

Wouldn't it be easier to build a Vega or Monza that already has a frame instead of re-engineering an entire car, unless you're going for one-off high-dollar unique.

Dave has/had a 632bbc in a Beretta. Grin  
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Dave632 Dave632
Addict | Posts: 2225 | Joined: 07/08
Posted: 01/30/13
07:37 PM

Icon Quote68scott385:
http://www.cachassisworks.com/

Link to Chris Alton's website.

Wouldn't it be easier to build a Vega or Monza that already has a frame instead of re-engineering an entire car, unless you're going for one-off high-dollar unique.

Dave has/had a 632bbc in a Beretta. Grin


You can put anything into almost anything with enough skill, money and knowledge.
I would want to have a full cage and chassis under that Cavalier if I was going to run one. With enough power you could twist that unibody frame into a pretzel.
The Beretta I had was stock when compared to the space shuttle. Smirk
It did have a stock grille, headlights and tail lights. Everything else was aftermarket. The full moly tube chassis was by Don Ness who still builds Pro Stock cars. The body was ALL fiberglass and the motor was a BB chevy but the only thing from GM on it was the aftermarket GM symmetrical port style heads.  
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Guru | Posts: 1990 | Joined: 10/09
Posted: 02/08/13
10:33 PM

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RobertTaylor1966 RobertTaylor1966
New User | Posts: 2 | Joined: 02/13
Posted: 02/09/13
08:53 AM

S-10. are a lot easier  

billsstroker billsstroker
New User | Posts: 17 | Joined: 02/13
Posted: 02/11/13
09:02 PM

1977 pontiac sunbird. Like a monza or buick skyhawk. I have owned sunbird with chevy 350 turbo 400 6 cylinder rearend, nothing for hiway but what a sleeper it was. 1978 monza spyder was a beast smoke a 1990 mustang g.t factory for both. Finding one of these is probably gonna be as hard as fitting a v-8 in a cavalier.