Author Topic: THE COMPLETE CHEVROLET V-8 ENGINE CODE POCKET GUIDE 1955-1991 Lime Book 5th E.  (Read 1307 times)

fsc66

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This PDF was published on a corvette site and the author stated he approved posting it to any other forum. I would download it a.s.a.p.
Supposed to be the bible of Chevrolet engines.

https://www.corvetteforum.com/forums..._book_2018.pdf


Paul Winvoices

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So I have had one request to post this file / information on other forums.

Permission is granted for anyone that wishes to post this information any other place on the internet or local computers that they wish.

I reserve the right to, and in fact withhold permission for anyone to use this information for commercial or profit purposes.

Randy Shanks

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I can't get the link to work
1969 Camaro, SS 396, 4 speed, convertible, Hugger Orange w/ white top and interior.
Bought New in summer 1969


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Ed McComas is the owner/author of that little book (now a pdf file); it's about all I've used for the last 30 or so years, since I helped him put a first listing together...  He sold this book via NCRS and at car shows for years, but he's decided not to do another printing.  I suggest downloading it and saving it to your desktop for easy access.. :)

It covers Chevrolet V8's engines from the '55 models thru the 1991 year...  This is his 5th revision since he first began selling it...


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60 Corvette white/red, 72 Corvette coupe, '70 Mach I 
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Thanks for posting this Paul. Looks like a good book to have. I appreciate it.
Rick
69 RS/Z28

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CRG has permission to post it and will put it on the site in the near future.
Kurt S
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Randy Shanks

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Thanks Paul,
The new link did the trick
Randy
1969 Camaro, SS 396, 4 speed, convertible, Hugger Orange w/ white top and interior.
Bought New in summer 1969

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Awesome information, thank you for sharing. Wish something like this existed for the inline six!
'68 8L330177 L22/M11 options (250/155hp, 3-speed floor)
NCRS report: built 02/21/68
Dealership: Rudolph Chevrolet Inc. El Paso, TX
Looking for any build information or documentation.

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Wish something like this existed for the inline six!

Have you looked HERE or HERE?

Ed
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Thanks Ed, I had seen the first link but not the second. Good stuff!
'68 8L330177 L22/M11 options (250/155hp, 3-speed floor)
NCRS report: built 02/21/68
Dealership: Rudolph Chevrolet Inc. El Paso, TX
Looking for any build information or documentation.

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i down loaded this to my phone. It works great and I now have it with me at all times. Thank you for the great link.
67 RS L30/M20 numbers, 68 BB 396 12 bolt posi
68 Z28 project, 68 numbers 327/210 4 speed
69 LM1 turbo 350 12 bolt numbers,70 L65 350
68 Chevelle L30 3 on the tree, 68 El Camino BB

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Ed McComas is the owner/author of that little book (now a pdf file); it's about all I've used for the last 30 or so years, since I helped him put a first listing together...  He sold this book via NCRS and at car shows for years, but he's decided not to do another printing.  I suggest downloading it and saving it to your desktop for easy access.. :)

It covers Chevrolet V8's engines from the '55 models thru the 1991 year...  This is his 5th revision since he first began selling it...




It's a handy guide and nice of the author to allow it's use, but I can't believe in all the editions and printings that Tonawanda is still spelled wrong.