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I just realized I've been a member for a while, and never intorduced myself, or even announced my presence on this forum. I am a mamber of Team Chevelle, and have a 72 Malibu Sport Coupe resto-mod. It has a nice little 350 in it that I built myself, and a nice look inside and out.



I don't have a Camaro, or any prospects for one any time soon. If it counts for anything though, my neighbor and wrenching buddy has a wild '69 Camaro with a Little M/305 duration solid roller 406 and home-built TBI setup. that thing flat MOVES.


I was posting in the tech forums and thought I'd better say hi over here real quick.

Hi!!!

:beers::beers::beers:
 

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Welcome to the Club,

It's not held against you for not having a Camaro. I'm a Team Chevelle member, but I don't have a Chevelle today. I did own two in 1972, '64 300, 6-cyl/3-spd, then traded it in for a '65 Malibu SS with an empty engine bay. Took a 283/2-bbl left at the Auto Hobby shop in the stall and installed it - great engine! 19 mpg, 1 qt of oil in 2000 miles I was impressed.
 

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Thanks guys...here are some pics of my Chevelle, and a quick rundown. It is, like most others, a work in progress. :)

1972 Malibu (originally brown with 307)
350 +.030" 9.8:1 measured static compression
Stock rotating assembly/dished cast pistons
Real double roller timing set
Howards Cams #110991 284/284 advertised
220/220 and .470/.470 at .050 on 108 LSA
Worked GM 305 HO Iron heads (#14022601) :yes:
Stock valves 1.84/1.50
Edelbrock Performer RPM
Holley 600 Vacuum Secondary carb
HEI
TH350 with shift kit
B&M holeshot 2000 converter
Stock suspension
8.2 10 bolt with estimated 2.56 ratio pegleg
205/70 front and 255/60 rear

Some of these pics have a weird date stamp on them. :confused:They are the most recent pics I took of my car, only a few weeks ago.














 
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