1ST ITS PROB AND ORIGINAL SO THE VALUE OF UR CAR IS ONLY GNA BE HIGH IF ITS ALL ORIGINAL ....
2ND WHEN THAT ENGINE CAME OUT THERE WASNT ALOT OF CARS THAT HAD THAT MUCH TOURQUE OR HORSES
3RD IF U SWAP IT UR GNA RUN INTO MORE PROBLEMS AND HEADACHES THEN KEEPING ORIGINAL IM NOT TO FAMILIAR W/ ANYTHING ELSE ABOUT THE ENGINE SO..... THOSE WERE JUST SIMPLE POINTERS:biggrin:
i was just curious about the 327 engine ,because i have one in my 68 impala and a lot of people have told me to keep the engine in and i was always wondering why they kept telling me that.
Thanks for the info tho :biggrin:
Don't get me wrong, as Dwayne said, it was a hell of a little engine in it's day, but it's day has long gone. I would not get rid of it, but a nice 350 will move that old hunk of iron alot easier. Plus it's a bolt in, no problem swap.
I rebuilt my 327 with a bigger cam, valves, pistons. nothing too crazy but I love this motor and I get asked ALL THE TIME if my car still has the 327 and people seem to really respect that it does. I say keep it rebuild it :3gears: