Think you could fit this in a G-Body?

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Not without a lot of modifications
 
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It would be interesting for sure !!
Guy
 
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Notice the W heads ? 348/409 style.
 
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There is also an LS based Australian V-12 engine as well,
 
TURNA

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The GMC 351 V6

I remember the first time seeing one I was about 17.

It was in a pick up truck in a PA pick n pull.

I thought I found myself a 348 as was happy as could be.

Then we sat there and scratched our heads like WTF?!?!?!

I took a valve cover for the wall.
 
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The GMC 351 V6

I remember the first time seeing one I was about 17.

It was in a pick up truck in a PA pick n pull.

I thought I found myself a 348 as was happy as could be.

Then we sat there and scratched our heads like WTF?!?!?!

I took a valve cover for the wall.
I had no idea there was a huge V6, let alone a v12.

The downside is it has to weigh 900 -1000lbs I don't see how it could weigh much less.
 
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The cool thing about the engine is the spark plugs go into the top of the head by the intake runners almost like where a direct injection injector would go.
 
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Back in the late 1980`s I saw a small block chevy based Falconer V-12 .It has an aluminum block and was supercharged as well. Now that would be an interesting swap,
 

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