Tennessee nube

Discussion in 'Wet behind the ears??' started by blurooster, Jan 13, 2018.

  1. blurooster

    blurooster Member

    Thanks for the add, old man with an engine fetish.
    430 w/ switch pitch, may need info, first Buick
  2. 300sbb_overkill

    300sbb_overkill Well-Known Member

    Welcome from Michigan!
  3. Nailhead Ronnie

    Nailhead Ronnie Well-Known Member

    Welcome to V8buick
  4. Doo Wop

    Doo Wop Where were you in '62?

    Welcome from Canada. Enjoy the surroundings, they are comfy.
  5. StagedCat

    StagedCat Platinum Level Contributor

    Welcome from California.....
  6. Smokey15

    Smokey15 So old that I use AARP bolts.

    Welcome, from west Michigan. I'd don't switch pitch, so no info from me. But I'll do my best to help in any other matters. BTW, info on your Buick? Pics?
  7. gsfred

    gsfred Founders Club Member

    Welcome aboard from NY.
  8. blurooster

    blurooster Member

    I was gifted the engine and trans. I am a Buick fan and look forward to this build. I thought BBC parts were high, dang!
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  9. magic marouke

    magic marouke Well-Known Member

    howdy from Oklahoma
  10. blurooster

    blurooster Member

    Working on restoration of valve covers .
    Distributor rebuilt and alternator sourced and rebuilt.

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  11. Briz

    Briz Platinum Level Contributor

    Im in club 430 as well. Keep up the good work

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  12. blurooster

    blurooster Member

    Decals and plug due here today or tomorrow.

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  13. blurooster

    blurooster Member

    What brand are the headers?
  14. TorqueMonster1

    TorqueMonster1 Making My GS Great Again!

    Welcome From Chattanooga Tennessee!!! Mark
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  15. white72gs455

    white72gs455 Going Fast With Class!!!

  16. Briz

    Briz Platinum Level Contributor

    Ta Perf Shorty headers. I believe they are the only place you will find them
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  17. blurooster

    blurooster Member

    Little bit at a time, must be low mileage because every part comes off easily and is just dirty.

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    STAGE III Lost Experimental Block

    Welcome from North Carolina! Had a few 430's and still have a spare, a word of caution make sure those cursed nylon coated timing gears are not still in it. When those suckers grenade you are in for an expensive rebuild.

    What kinda car you planning on putting it in?
  19. blurooster

    blurooster Member

    Looking for an old Ford, pre 48.

    STAGE III Lost Experimental Block

    Well it will make that old girl shake rattle and roll!
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