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The Chevrolet small-block engine is a series of V8 automobile engines used in normal production by the Chevrolet Division of General Motors between 1954 and 2003, using the same basic engine block. Referred to as a "small-block" for its comparative size relative to the physically much larger Chevrolet big-block engines, the family spanned from 262 cu in (4.3 L) to 400 cu in (6.6 L) in displacement. Engineer Ed Cole is credited with leading the design for this engine.
Generation I and Generation II LT engines are distinct from subsequent LS based small-block engines. The Generation II engine is largely an improved version of the Generation I, having many interchangeable parts and dimensions. Later generation engines have only the rod bearings, transmission to block bolt pattern and bore spacing in common with the Generation I and II engines.Production of the original small-block began in the fall of 1954 for the 1955 model year with a displacement of 265 cu in (4.3 L), growing incrementally over time to 400 cu in (6.6 L) by 1970. Among the intermediate displacements were the 283 cu in (4.6 L), 327 cu in (5.4 L), and numerous 350 cu in (5.7 L) versions. Introduced as a performance engine in 1967, the 350 went on to be employed in both high- and low-output variants across the entire Chevrolet product line.
Although all of Chevrolet's siblings of the period (Buick, Cadillac, Oldsmobile, Pontiac, and Holden) designed their own V8s, it was the Chevrolet 305 and 350 cu in (5.0 and 5.7 L) small-block that became the GM corporate standard. Over the years, every American General Motors division except Saturn and Geo used it and its descendants in their vehicles.Finally superseded by the Generation III LS in the 1997 and discontinued in 2003, the engine is still made by a GM subsidiary in Mexico as a crate engine for replacement and hot rodding purposes. In all, over 100,000,000 small-blocks have been built in carbureted and fuel injected forms since 1955 as of November 29, 2011. The small-block family line was honored as one of the 10 Best Engines of the 20th Century by automotive magazine Ward's AutoWorld.In February 2008 a Wisconsin businessman reported that his 1991 Chevrolet C1500 pickup had logged over 1 million miles without any major repairs to its small block V8 engine. (Source: The Flint Journal, February 17, 2008).
Bear Creek has a 350 Legend AR barrel going on sale tomorrow, debating on whether I should try it out or not. My fear is the projectile supply issue but if I can run standard 9mm and 38cal bullets in it I would be golden for projectiles. I would mostly be shooting hand loads through it and only...
I have 120 rounds of fancy 357 sig ammo $80
I have 50 rounds of 25 auto $25
I have 50 rounds of 9mm largo JHP $25
I have 60 rounds of 350 legend
And 550+ rounds of gun show reloads in 380 acp I would sell for $300 since I think one needs inspected before use since they are reloads
Got this last fall for one of our kids, but it has now become surplus to my needs. BCA has a reputation for being hit-or-miss and this one has been a hit, runs great on my lower (A1 stock, standard spring & buffer) All in all we have put about 60 factory rounds and 30ish reloads though it...
243 fancy stuff 80 rounds $$60
9mm largo 50 rounds $25
25 acp 50 rounds $25
7mm 20 fancy ones and 6 loose $40
270 winchester 150 rounds $$120
350 legend 60 rounds $45
380 reloads from gun show not sure how hot they are should be inspected before use 550+ rounds $250
Please call or text me...
Winchester 350 Legend 150 grain Extreme Point
(2) boxes. 20 rounds per box. 40 rounds total.
$25 each box.
Pick up in or near Salem. Cash or electronic payment. Will not hold.
+$15 shipped UPS w/ tracking.
*Will trade the 40 rounds of 350 Legend for 80 rounds of factory new 5.56 ammunition.
For YOUR CONSIDERATION is a Anderson lower receiver mated with a RedX arms upper. It has a 20inch barrel and ultra slim low profile hand guard Scope is a Primary Arms SLx 4-16x44mm FFP scope / 319 rounds of Winchester ammo 2 mags .
FFL of your choice in Vancouver as far North as Woodland or...
Selling my Ruger American Predator rifle.
This rifle is chambered in .350 Legend, and has a 22" barrel, comes with (1) 5-round magazine.
I bought it new last year and have fired only 30 rounds thru it... the gun has never been used for hunting, just 1 range trip.
Like new condition!
In stock and ready to go!
New: Radical Firearms RF-15 Chambered in 350 Legend.
$799.95 +bgc or shipping to local ffl
Click link below for details
Radical Firearms RF-15 350 Legend | HighLine Firearms LLC
Winchester XPR Sporter 350 Legend.
Only one range trip (40 rounds) on this rifle!
Nice walnut stock.
Pretty much like a new gun!
The transfer will be at Lucky Sporting Goods in Banks, OR.
My FFL could possibly ship to your FFL.
I have a complete Aero PrAR15 rifle lower and an upper and rail that need a barrel and BCG.
I have been debating on what to turn it into.
I have been leaning toward a BCA 350 legend barrel for $75. I Would just need barrel, gas block and tube and it would be my cheapest way. Plus right now...
This rifle is built on a Anderson lower. It has a 18” Bear Creek upper assembly. 16” barrel, 2” muzzle brake.
It has some sort of California compliant stock on it. The rifle has had a total of 40 rounds fired through it.
It’s looks brand new, not a scratch on it.
Comes with a Bushnell Red Dot...