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PLEASE where is the best in mecanic



ok this time PLEASE i like one answer but the good i give all the infos i have to give if you whant but please tell my WHAT IS MY ENGINE i have to muchs peoples the give my alls different models i am on a pontiac place and i have a pontiac catalina 1965 check this video you see my engine if i see the peoples tell my ok this is your engines i be happy but ineed 2 or 3 peoples say the same thank-you alls http://youtu.be/dWYGEbOKuC0

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Votre vidéo ne peut être affichée en raison d'une question de droits d'auteur aux États-Unis. Pouvez-vous envoyer des photos de votre moteur? Plus précisément, vous avez besoin de montrer des photos de tous les numéros ou des lettres sur les culasses et les blocs moteur pour déterminer votre moteur. Pontiac mettre des codes du moteur sur le côté passager et à côté de la distribution. Donc, ces images nous dira ce que la taille du moteur que vous avez. Les chiffres et les lettres sur les culasses nous dira quel type de têtes que vous avez.

Sauf commande spéciale, tous les Catalinas 1965 aurait dû être construit avec un moteur 389. L'option spéciale serait le H.O. 421 C'est pourquoi nous avons besoin les photos du moteur pour confirmer ce que vous avez dans votre voiture.


Your video can not be displayed because of some copyright issue in the US. Can you post photographs of your engine? Specifically, you need to show pictures of any numbers or letters on the cylinder heads and engine block to determine your engine. Pontiac put engine codes on the passenger side and next to the distributor. So those pictures will tell us what size engine you have. The numbers and letters on the cylinder heads will tell us what type of heads you have.

Unless specially ordered, all 1965 Catalinas should have been built with a 389 engine. The special option would be the 421 H.O. That is why we need the photos of the engine to confirm what you have in your car.

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