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I currently have the factory 67 engine,powergide auto trans out of car, cooling lines, rad, , A/C compressor , power steering pump, alternator, manifolds, california smog pump etc, Engine has been stripped to send out for rebuild.. CAN SOMEONE lead me Properly -- step by step Starting from scratch on the Installation of engine, trans, all engine brackets, accessories, starter etc,.Need to know what to install from start to finish & also what can be installed on engien before intalling it into postion!!
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When I replaced the 327 in my 68, I pulled the tranny (powerglide) and long block together. When I put it back in it was the complete long-block with tranny, minus carb, distrib & accessories.

If memory serves, I also attached the top half of the motor mounts to the block before installing, making it easier to just slide in the pin-bolts. (I bent the ears up so the holes were accessible.)

'67 RS Coupe - Gold on Gold, 327/210, PG and mostly original
'67 Plain Jane Coupe - Penske Blue, Z/28 stripes, 350HO & Tremec TKO500
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