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You would have to do a lot, and I emphasize, A LOT of work, but anything is possible, it sure as hell is not going to be a plug and play situation, your talking drive train swaps, and much more. And if you intend for it to be road legal, some states like Colorado (where I live) it is ******* to replace an older motor, into a vehicle and it be considered "street legal" this is all to the discretion of the vehicle inspection for titling purposes. Honestly I don't know why you would want to go to a 350, the 5.7 is stout, and has tons of upgrades for power and reliability.
Posted on Dec 04, 2016
Testimonial: "ok can you put the old school 350 crank onto the 95' vortec 5.7???"
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