307 Regal, In case you didn't see them; viewtopic.php?f=13&t=31138
Yes you can use the small Holley on a 355/360ci Buick but most sbb intakes are set up for a spread bore carb like a Q-jet so it may require an adapter. It will also likely cost you some driveability and a little power above 4,000 rpms vs an equally tuned q-jet. The Buick 350 would look great could be a stout but enjoyable dependable driver and get lots of nostalgia coolness points. Thats said LS1GN did a great smart job on his Regal to. Its definitely the in thing. Both can be a great route to go just depends on what you want.
FWIW I have a friend lifetime enthusiast former GM employee runs a small auto shop and towing business that has a garage full of GM engines as in more than 30 that he has pulled and kept over the years. He will sell them one at a time reasonably to individuals who are looking to do something like this with them. Last time I was out there he had two Buick 350s and an Olds 350 and and and. I looked we are a little over 300 miles or almost 4 hours apart but if interested one could be shipped, picked up, and since I'm off work possibly even delivered. PM me if you are in a position to buy interested and no offence but are not wasting my time.
PS Both unfortunately and fortunately he is not an online kind of guy. Calls me to look up stuff for him once in a while.
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