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I want to hear what everybody would do with such a beast? I bet getting the LS7 installed would cost an arm and a leg.
 

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I want to hear what everybody would do with such a beast? I bet getting the LS7 installed would cost an arm and a leg.
Probably not an arm and leg though. The packages from Mallet start about 19K minus the engine and you might get the price to just over 10K for the parts and labor. not a bad deal!
 

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If you subtracted 17K then from Mallet you could get this package for an addittional 30K:eek:

427 LS7 Package - $47,000

Everything in the Loaded Package PLUS:
505HP LS7 Engine
Dry Sump Oil System
6-speed Tremec Transmission
Custom Built Drive Shaft
Custom Built Half Shafts

Loaded Package included:
LUK Pro Gold Clutch Assembly
Mallett Custom Modified Lowered Shocks
Performance Springs
Polyurethane Rear Control Arm (A-Arm) Bushings
Polyurethane Differential Mount Bushing
Corsa Stainless Mufflers
Custom 2-core Aluminum Radiator
Carbon Fiber Coil Covers, Black
World famous Mallett body graphics
Mallett graphics embroidered on seat headrests
Air conditioning
Show Car Detailing
Mallett serial number plaque and badging
2-year 24,000 mile warranty

Mallett / Penske Non-Adjustable Shocks
Big Brake Upgrade
Mallett 1-pc Forged 5-Spoke Wheels, Powdercoated (specify color)
Michelin PS II Tires P265/35/ZR19
 

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I want to hear what everybody would do with such a beast? I bet getting the LS7 installed would cost an arm and a leg.
I would have it installed in my Sky. Even if I had to refinance the house.:cheers:
 

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Thanks for the post on this motor. We have just the right new home for this monster...our 92 caprice wagon, "FatBottomGirl".

This would be a nice replacement for the '70 LS6 454 we had, many, many, moons ago...:cool:
 
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