Hello Olds Bros

Oct 13, 2018
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Northwest Ga
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Saying hi, from Ga. New to the group look forward to sharing pics and learning from many of you vets. I see a few familiar Avatars, cool! Still working on my 87 Salon with T -Tops. Glad to be in the group.
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Oct 4, 2018
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Melville, Saskatchewan
#3
Welcome. I see an Olds SB V8 with Edelbrock heads, I like it a lot. Tell us all your build details but I think I know. A nice 87 indeed, how did that governor work for you?
 
Oct 13, 2018
10
3
3
Northwest Ga
#4
Welcome. I see an Olds SB V8 with Edelbrock heads, I like it a lot. Tell us all your build details but I think I know. A nice 87 indeed, how did that governor work for you?
Well I actually haven't got around to using it yet. Found a tranny from a 442, and have plans to build that. Its money, so much I want to do. Waiting to get the 87 to my paint guy and redo the engine bay and undercarriage of the Salon. The engine, is a 72 Olds Rocket 358 full roller. Nothing major but, I can't wait to hear that baby turn over.
 
Oct 4, 2018
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Melville, Saskatchewan
#5
Well, there you go, it will shift about the same as the governor I sent you. Make sure someone who knows the 2004R builds it right, expect about 2 grand in parts alone.