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Easiest way to remove a big block from a junk car?

 
Old 06-05-2019, 09:36 PM
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Originally Posted by CA-Legal-Vette View Post
Probably easier to leave the transmission attached in this scenario. It may well be a 200 4R and even as a core, it has value. Without a lift, itíll be hard to remove on its own. And potentially messy too.
Eldarado's are all front wheel drive so the transmission isn't anything of use unless of course you have another Eldorado. I believe the transmission is similar to the Toranado but again no value.
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Old 06-12-2019, 12:08 AM
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OP, what did you end up doing with your reprieve of several weeks?

Even if you don't intend to restore it (and I certainly wouldn't), if the car can be made driveable, can you go have some stupid big block fun for a summer, then scrap it?

I'm sure this guy spent more on the headlights and the wrap than your car is worth, but you could go this route with some spray paint.

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