Engine swap

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Neat, looks original!
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Cool beans! :D "...for me there is nothing like a Lark!" My old man gave up smoking but kept a carton of Lark cigs displayed on the rear window shelf for years.
I've owned 9 Lark's over the years, now only 3, so I can truly state that "For me there is nothing like a Lark!" Wish I could buy a new one.
Bet you'll have a lot of good times and memories made with that one.
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Tobymilo, what oil pan did you end up using to clear the front crossmember & bellcrank?
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r1lark wrote: 28 Nov 2021, 07:25 Tobymilo, what oil pan did you end up using to clear the front crossmember & bellcrank?
Kevko racing pan
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Put a tremec TKX in with a little modification. Probably cut more than I needed to.
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