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Green colour with beige convertible top & whitewall tires

229 cu in Chev 90 degree V6, with GMC 6-53 series blower

numerous mods made to blower by owner

offset distributor drive, custom pulleys on blower

GM marine cam, ported heads, 8.6:1 compression

BW T5 5 speed manual transmission--wide ratio, 4:1 first gear

7 5/8 (s10) rear axle with 3.07 gears

chrome wire wheels--15X6 front, 15X7 rear

205/70R15 front, 235/75R15 rear, whitewall tires

 rumble seat in trunk

beige interior

side curtains for inclement weather

has passed emission testing

asking $35,000,   St. Catharines, 905-984-2187



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Welcome  smile

 

Fiberglass or steel? Fenders? Hood?

Pictures would really help in this case.

"has passed emission testing" ... I am curious to know how you passed emission tests (and to what specs?) as I am picturing an engine that most likely came with cats and an egr but now has a blower on it (unless you're running an engine from a boat). Any chance you could shed some more light on this topic?

 



-- Edited by Pete Moss on Tuesday 22nd of August 2017 04:37:06 PM

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I lost my first attempt at a response.

Full fendered vehicle.

Fiberglass body ( one of Stan Tolton's ) which I built right on my frame, with glass fenders, and steell running boards.

It is the only time he sold a body as 22 pcs of fiberglass.

3 pc hood--glass on top, with steel sides--with hot rod louvers.

The emission testing was donewith the blower on the engine, the manifold originally had an egr valve, but since there

weren't manifolds to mount a blower then, it was eliminated when I welded up and machined the top of the manifold.

( I have a machine shop in my basement ). But the recirculation from the valve cover to the carb was retained.

On the first attempt at emission testing the readings were a bit high, so I took the engine and altered a few things

before the final results.  The tests were run using the two speed idle test, but before this was normal, so the technician

had to run the test in manual.

                       1044rpm             2452rpm              SPEC( 1980 stds )

HC                    91ppm               103ppm               600ppm

NO                   191ppm              170ppm                non

CO                   .84%                    1.13%                 5%

CO2                 14.2%                 14.5%                  non

Give me your e-mail and I will send pics.

 

 

 



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