Engines ready to install, Finally!

Engines, Shafts, Steering, Struts, Rudders, etc.
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bill
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Location: Grosse Ile MI

Re: Engines ready to install, Finally!

Postby bill » Sat Mar 03, 2018 6:56 am

BigM
Okay enlighten me :idea:
Your picture and message says small block CHEVY ;) but your signature says 360 Chrysler. :shock:
There must be more to the story :?:
bill
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Grosse Ile MI
Located on LakeErie
37' F/B Sedan
1975
Twin 360 Chrysler Marine
Raw water cooled
Hydraulic steering both helms
USCG Master Lic. Retired

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TinLizzy
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Location: Lake Superior-Michigan's U.P.

Re: Engines ready to install, Finally!

Postby TinLizzy » Sat Mar 03, 2018 12:10 pm

My guess is that the 350's aren't in there yet, which is why he hasn't updated his profile.
Rodney
1975 28 Express-Twin 350 Chevy's, Raw Water cooled
Portage Canal Waterway-Upper Peninsula,Lake Superior

Leviathon
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Re: Engines ready to install, Finally!

Postby Leviathon » Sat Mar 03, 2018 8:28 pm

Chevy's are going in in about 8 weeks. Sold 360's to another Marinette owner. Yes, I like Chryslers, just like Chevy's a little more, and more parts availability. I will change my profile once they are installed and running! Why change out engines? My last trip 15 miles each way took 2 gallons of oil. Yes gallons, not quarts. Too many leaks to count.
Steve and Mary Levi
1973 32' Marinette Fisherman
Twin Chrysler 360's
El Ohssa
St. Joseph, Michigan