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Ok here is one for all of you chevelle fanatics ex-perts and whoever wants tobeat this thread up....I have 2 66 ragtops built in Baltimore according to all the engine cods listed I seem to have a couple of strange cars both cars have the origional engines the suffix on both cars is HC which with every thing that I have looked at these engines came in big cars. Was the Baltimore plant a multi line plant with big cars and Chevelles being built at the same time ?????????????? just thought I'd stir the pot alittle tonight everyone have a good nite Gene.......

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Gene Callahan
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I just looked up the "HC" in my book and I found that in 1966 it was a 327 4bbl. (275 hp) w/ Powerglide tranny in passenger cars, including Chevelles. Seems OK to me. As for the Baltimore plant, I do not know. Maybe they did produce various cars, but someone else can answer that one for you. I can tell ya about the Arlington plant if you'd like though!


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