Get ready to hit the beach in this beautiful 1949 Chevrolet wagon
powered by a 383 CI V8 Smeding Performance crate engine with 400HP
mated to a 4 TCI street fighter 700R4 overdrive transmission. The
engine block has 4 bolt mains clearanced for stroker assembly,
diamond-honed with torque plates, one piece rear main seal, and
4.003" bore for maximum wall thickness. The crankshaft is made from
high grade 4340 forged steel, micro-polished, and chamfered nitride
surface treatment. Connecting rods are forged from high grade 5140
steel and the pistons are tight fitting high silicon hypereutectic
aluminum, Duro-sheild graphite-coated skirts for reduced friction
and minimum-deck height for maximum combustion. The rings are
moly-face. It has aluminum heads, straight plug, stainless steel
valves, 67 chambers and 175cc intake port. It also has 680 cfm
Quick Fuel carb. vacuum secondary with electric choke. Performer
EPS dual-plane manifold, hydraulic roller cam with heat treated
lobes, autolite spark plugs # 3924 gap .045", runs on 87 octane
fuel with a maximum RPM of 5600 RPM. This car features power
steering, power brakes with classic performance products disc
brakes, TCI brake away torque converter, vintage heat/ air
conditioning, Dakota digital dash, door handles have been shaved
with electric door pops for all four doors, new glass bowler lock
up control module, cruise control, and it is sitting on a Fat Man
Fabrications Mustang II independent front suspension.
1949 Chevrolet Truck
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