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  • About MrMagic
    Full Name
    Dave Powell
    Lancaster Ca
    Year & Model
    1981 CORVETTE
    Successfully installed a 96 LT1 in a 81 Corvette and it is California smog legal
    I have been a Corvette fan since I was a toddler. I purchased this 1981 Corvette in July 1983. I never expected to own it this long but the C3 body style is second to none. The rolling curves of the C3 transcend each generation and have proven to be “no generation trend” but a true icon. And taking nothing away from the GM artisans of the 80s, the car is technologically bereft and lacks the efficiency of what’s available today and rightfully so as the car is thirty years old. Hence the LT1 swap.
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    Working for God on earth does not pay much,
    But His Retirement plan is out of this world.
    Help someone be blessed today!


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  • Last Activity: 01-15-2019 10:01 PM
  • Member Since: 12-12-2008


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  1. 03-14-2014 02:33 PM
    Hello im about to be putting a 1990's lt1 in my 79 corvette. Can you please email me your guide. [email protected]
  2. Yellow1980
    06-18-2011 01:01 AM
    Hi Dave,

    The California Stingrays Social Group is waiting for you to join on the forum.

    Tony G
  3. golfradict
    11-07-2010 11:34 AM
    Worked out just fine. Most all of my friends have 81's.
  4. golfradict
    11-07-2010 11:17 AM
    Wow, awesome "81", must be a blast to drive. Mine is completely stock.
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