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My 68 Beaumont SD


Here is a picture of my 68 SD and a link to more pictures. The original engine is long gone. It now has a real 512 cast 4 bolt 427 with 840 square port heads, 7/16 rods with floating pins, 10.6 compression, 3" exhaust with Pypes Violator mufflers. The engine is currently out for engine compartment detailing. I believe it is the only Beaumont in South Carolina.
James

http://www.cardomain.com/ride/460059

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1968 Beaumont SD396  http://s16.photobucket.com/albums/b15/jfkheat/Beaumont%20Pics/?start=all
1968 El Camino  http://s16.photobucket.com/albums/b15/jfkheat/1968%20El%20Camino%20Pictures/?start=all
Laurens, South Carolina



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I keep telling you James, You need anothersmile 

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68sd396 wrote:

I keep telling you James, You need anothersmile 




I would love to have yours. Tell you what I'll do, you pay for shipping and I'll buy it. biggrin 
James



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1968 Beaumont SD396  http://s16.photobucket.com/albums/b15/jfkheat/Beaumont%20Pics/?start=all
1968 El Camino  http://s16.photobucket.com/albums/b15/jfkheat/1968%20El%20Camino%20Pictures/?start=all
Laurens, South Carolina



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jfkheat wrote:

68sd396 wrote:

I keep telling you James, You need anothersmile 




I would love to have yours. Tell you what I'll do, you pay for shipping and I'll buy it. biggrin 
James



                                             idea   LOL!!!!



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James
I still love that color combo on your car. I see you have an El Camino as well. A buddy of mine did his 68 El Camino with a Beaumont front end and dash. I think that is the only El Beaumino confused anywhere.

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I just bought the El Camino a couple weeks ago. I thought about putting a Beaumont front end on the car. I have all the parts already. Come to think about it, I have most of the parts to do the dash too. Maybe I'll build it to be a tow vehicle for the Beaumont. That would be cool. Man, I wish you hadn't posted that, you got me thinking now.idea
James

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1968 Beaumont SD396  http://s16.photobucket.com/albums/b15/jfkheat/Beaumont%20Pics/?start=all
1968 El Camino  http://s16.photobucket.com/albums/b15/jfkheat/1968%20El%20Camino%20Pictures/?start=all
Laurens, South Carolina



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Well it's not an easy swap......but it is do-able.
That would get the car guys in SC going. eyepopping.gif

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