Can I put a v8 350 big block in my 1966 Chevy c10 pickup?

Asked by Jun 05, 2015 at 11:44 PM about the 1966 Chevrolet C/K 10

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The only big block in your year model was the 409 and the less known 348. The 350 has always been a small block.

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But yes you Could put a 350 small block in there, With enough money you put any engine in anything. Research GM big blocks, I think you will be surprised on what is a big block and what is a small block.


1965 -66' Chevrolet Corvette, Chevelle, & Impala offered a big block 396 V8. 350" small blocks have been put in C-10's for a long time now. 307, & 350" V8's came stock in them from Chevrolet. Pretty much any Chevy engine can go into any Chevrolet.

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