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    That's what you find here. Run into the ground mechanically, but rust free. What would scare most northern buyers is the fact that there were no titles issued on '80 and newer. Before moving here, I was pretty good buds with some of the guys at French Lake Auto Salvage. They had a driver that would go to Arizona twice a month to bring back clean vehicles for resale.

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    That didn't take very long. I have a guy coming over to Saturday to pick up the bed. Oh, and I sold my SBC 350 and bought a 6.0 LQ9 to drop in.

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    I ended up buying a rebuilt 4l65e to go with the 6.0 and got both installed over the weekend. I still need to build/modify a transmission mount bracket but, it is sitting in place. I'm hoping to get 203/205 doubler put together and install it next weekend. Once I get doubler installed I'll be getting it ready to shorten the frame.

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    That fit in there nicely. What computer are you using to run the LQ9?

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    am actually looking for project Number 2........... love a old pickemup, and would love a flathead V8

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    and you are a booger

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    Quote Originally Posted by bmorgil View Post
    That fit in there nicely. What computer are you using to run the LQ9?
    Since I'm keeping the engine stock for now I'm just planning to having the OEM computer re-flashed.

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    What is the going rate for the re-flash? I like the low end grunt of the 6.0 gasser, and have toyed with the idea of dropping one in the wagon.

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    If you can find someone to tune it for you using HP Tuners, its the way to go on the Gen 3 Computer system. They can then give you the tune on a flash drive. If you were near I could tune it for you with HPTuners software.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gmwillys View Post
    What is the going rate for the re-flash? I like the low end grunt of the 6.0 gasser, and have toyed with the idea of dropping one in the wagon.
    Just for a flash its around $125 to $150 but, you also need to trim down the wiring harness and that's around $300. I'm thinking about trimming the harness myself just so that I can say that I did it lol. If I screw it up I can always buy a new one.

    Quote Originally Posted by bmorgil View Post
    If you can find someone to tune it for you using HP Tuners, its the way to go on the Gen 3 Computer system. They can then give you the tune on a flash drive. If you were near I could tune it for you with HPTuners software.
    That's not a bad idea.

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    Been working on the 203/205 doubler. It's been a total blast playing with all of the loose needle bearings.

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