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hey guys, i'd say i'm about 95% done with this restoration, just finished up the engine swap from a 260ci to a 425ci, got it tuned and drove the car around for about 5-6 miles for the first time, it felt so good, except there's no heat! I'll fix that when it warms up, here are some pics

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Congratulations on getting the Jetstar engine upgrade done; it looks great.

I'm finishing up a rebuild on my 455 in a 1970 Vista Cruiser. I added a Viper 6-speed in place of the T-400 (need some Dodge in there somewhere, after all).
 

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Looks good, sounds good. Any idea how much HP she puts out?
Thanks! I have no clue on the HP output, but I may throw it on a dyno this spring/summer to see what it puts out

Congratulations on getting the Jetstar engine upgrade done; it looks great.

I'm finishing up a rebuild on my 455 in a 1970 Vista Cruiser. I added a Viper 6-speed in place of the T-400 (need some Dodge in there somewhere, after all).
Those vitsa cruiser's are some head turners man!! Those 455's are great motors, I have one in my riviera with 84k orig miles on it and it still runs very smooth.
 

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Looks good, I'm working on a '69 Bonneville, 428 7L Engine. Everything needs to be degreased under the hood for sure.
 
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