Non-Traditionally Powered Corvairs
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What is needed to put s powerglide in a Crown car that currently has a sbc/4 speed set up in it? Just wondering, still not 100% happy with my clutch set up, thinking about alternatives.
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I would say moving the engine to the front of the car and installing a big car powerglide behind it with a driveshaft back to a live axle from an S-10 or something. There is no way to utilize a Corvair powerglide in a crown setup.
Corvair guy since 1982. I have personally restored at least 20 Vairs, many of them restored ground up.
Currently working full time repairing Corvairs and restoring old cars.
Located in Snellville, Georgia
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If you have not seen this, it is a Corvair V8 with a big car PG. Looks well planned out too but needs finishing touches.
https://cincinnati.craigslist.org/cto/d ... 02845.html
Dave W. from Gilbert, AZ
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