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Old 09-20-2018, 11:56 AM
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Default engine size.

now remember all I care about is what I'm working on now and I have 3 of them down. so don't want to crowd my head any more. what size engine is in the 99 commercial chassis?
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Old 09-20-2018, 10:02 PM
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My best guess would be the 4.6 liter Northstar.
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Old 09-21-2018, 02:06 AM
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I have a good running one very inexpensive if you need it. 1999 Eagle Cadillac hearse.
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It's the same engine as your deVille, Ed.
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I was not sure found a nice S&S 6 door in the right colors I'm thinking about. now if some one would go get it and move it closer I would do some swapping on a 67 with them. of course the key word is thinking I have found the 4.9 a vary good engine
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Ed,
Hold off for a '96 or older. You will be glad you did.
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If the engine is bad, they are not worth messing with. What is a good 4.9 today, might be a bad 4.9 tomorrow.
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we need to get down at least one more before I can add one. but you can look for free.
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Would that S&S 6-door happen to be gold with a black top and black leather interior??
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The blue interier is kind of a turn off. But the silver and neutral one is ok. But to let others in CW Coach had a number of 6 doors at low prices. If i was closer and could look them over I would most likely pick one up. But i need one that all the side glass goes down but is not heavy tinted with enough power to drag 9 people up and down the hills. I just have not found it yet. And getting them sight unseen has not proved productive.
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