What Is a Chevy 250?

Answer The Chevy 250 is a six cylinder inline engine, also known as a straight six, produced for Chevrolet and GMC. It was first introduced in 1966, and was discontinued for American vehicles by 1984.

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Will a 1981 chevy hood fit on a 1979 chevy truck?

The hood from a 1981 will not interchange with a 1979 Chevy truck. The hood and front fenders from a 1973 to 1980 Chevy will interchange. The 1979 door will fit the 1981 if it is from the same type... Read More »

How to Replace a Big Block Chevy With a Small Block Chevy?

Replacing a big block Chevy engine with a small block Chevy engine requires only minor changes. There is less difficulty with clearance when downsizing. The major consideration is the exhaust. The ... Read More »

How much oil is in a 5.7 V8 Chevy?

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Do you have to be 21 to buy a Chevy SS?

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