V8 in truck

Asked by Dec 13, 2015 at 03:55 AM

Question type: Car Customization

Soo guys i was thinking about putting a
smallblock chevy in a 1970s toyota pick up (the
one that are low to the ground)  will i have to do
modification to the chassis? And what other
modifications do i have to make?

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it won't fit- I mean you could MAKE it fit but then you would have a nose heavy death trap- unless you tear the whole truck down and rebuild it as a $50,000 resto mod- with new suspension, brakes and electrics-

Has it ever been done?

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