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    I'm just curious and interested about the 727 CI Engine that is in the HSV. Was that a custom built engine, or did it come in one of the original HSV's.

    Note: If my post doesn't make sense, it's because I'm in hospital on Morphine. :/

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    Jeez, at $55,000, I might get a couple
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    Quote Originally Posted by Qorx View Post
    Yeah 55k, for that monster I would buy one. I might have to get me one.
    Lol

    55k for motor and then you need the tran n diff to handle the power. Not to mention they had to cut the front chassis rail out n move them to make it fit. And then just for a brag Gup had it engineered so it street legal!!!!

    It doesn't do good skids either
    Powercruise Holden 727 HSV on fire - YouTube

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    Why did you end up in hospital?

    $55K? Damn!

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    Here I sit broken hearted, tried to shit, but only farted
    Earlier on I took a chance
    To try and fart, but shat my pants!

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    the car belongs to GUP, (Michael Gilbert owner of rights to powercruise etc I think) it was in one of the JC magazines, big article etc, custom everything and all the work was done by hi torque in queensland

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    Have seen it on the Roadkill show. Gotta fuel it up every 80ks
    1978 Chev Pickup, LS1 going in at the moment. Up and running

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kinng View Post
    Why did you end up in hospital?
    My lung collapsed. Been in for 2 weeks and it still isn't fixed..

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