I’ve recently stumbled across a 1967 Chevelle SS and the guy claims it’s one of the dealer added 427’s, I read all the previous conversations about wether or not these were “real cars” or just a myth, but he does have a build sheet that says L72 427 conversion, and he also has the numbers...
I created this account for my old man and I to use .
Little about us. My names Corrie , my old mans name is Larrie.
I own a Hellcat Redeye Charger w/3.09 gears, exhaust, Nittos and some other goods.
My old man has a 1967 Chevelle SS396 . He just completed a full 100 Point frame...
I have the parts to build both L88....or LS7... which one first..?
454 Block 2bolt, can be made 4 bolt.
L88 Floated Tin Flashed Rods
427, 396 forged steel crank.
LS7 12.5:1 pistons
LS7 Floated Tin Flashed Rods
LS7 GM NOS Crank in box, factory balanced with tech sheet of part...
454 standard bore, 2 bolt main, casting 361959 K 21 75 date
Had good compression before pulled 145 - 150 psi per cylinder. Cylinder walls have light scoring, lifter bores are good. $400 obo
I'm in dutchess county NY