factory engine

Asked by Apr 07, 2009 at 09:23 PM about the 1964 Buick Skylark

Question type: General

is the original power plant for the 64 skylark an aluminum block 326?

4 Answers

15

there was the 225 v6 1Bbl the 300 v8 2Bbl and 4Bbl

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buick and olds used somekind of aluminum engine back then, it wasn't really big(cid), like 22? or 23?, it was a "V" something or other. i don't think it was a 326, pontiac made a 326, then it morphed into a 350, then i think a 389, then maybe a 400, a 421, 428, then a 455.

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i believe its a 300 or 400 nailhead v8

The engine in question is an aluminum head iron V8 that displaced 300 c.i.d.

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