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Discussion in '"Stock" Alpine' started by Rsgwynn1, Jan 27, 2007.

  1. Rsgwynn1

    Rsgwynn1 Silver Level Sponsor

  2. Krogp

    Krogp Donation Time

    Welcome to the forum, I hope you enjoy your experience here. It is also great to see another Alpine coming to Texas, we have been a little anemic in this area ;) . Good luck with your project.

  3. Bill Blue

    Bill Blue Platinum Level Sponsor

    Does this car have the firewall, steering, etc to do a V8 conversion?

    Good luck!

  4. Steve Kirk

    Steve Kirk Guest

    Where in Texas are you? I am located in Dallas.
  5. Rsgwynn1

    Rsgwynn1 Silver Level Sponsor


    I'm in Beaumont. What do you have or are working on?

    No, the car is a MV Alpine, 1967, so I don't think it would have the kind of firewall that would accomodate the V8.

    I've been trying to pm Jose Rodriquez for his parts list, prices, etc. Anybody know what his V6 kit costs?
  6. Jim E

    Jim E Donation Time

    I have a parts /price list that I think is current, will post it in the other section, but think of it as a guide until Jose says if it is current.
  7. Jeff Scoville

    Jeff Scoville Donation Time

    You've come to the right place Sam.
    If it has no motor (or one not running), you can't go wrong with the V-6 option!
    If your after the "Tiger" speed but not ALL the crap that goes with putting in the V-8 that is.
    Good luck and Welcome!
  8. V6 JOSE

    V6 JOSE Donation Time

    Hi Sam and Earl,

    I have been away from my computer all day, and didn't see your P.M.'s. I have sent both of you a response through a P.M.

    I will be posting instructions on how to order a kit, a little later on. I want to thank all of you that have shown an interest in doing a V6 conversion. I will be very happy to help you reach your goals successfully.

  9. Steve Kirk

    Steve Kirk Guest

    I have a 1966 series 5 that I am currently working on plus a restored 1962 series 2. Pictures of both are in the gallery section of this website.


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