Discussion in 'Jeeps with the Buick Heartbeat' started by Jim Weise, Jan 27, 2010.
Yep, and he loves it too. Can't decide if he wants to sell it or not.
Another new guy here. I love the Buick powered Wagoneers. I was even considering putting in a 455. It just doesn't fit my intended use for my Wagoneer. Although I would love to have the torque the 455 provides at such a wonderfully low RPM.
Just leave the Buick 350 in there and add twin turbos!:3gears: Some T3t4 hybrids so it makes boost off idle!:TU:
I still would love one of these buick powered jeeps.
such a heavy duty rig once you more so when you update the closed nuckel axles or open nuckle or kingpin axles!
Welcome to the group,
Old Yellow 1970 Gladiator truck still out there driving once a week, between the 1955 Willys CJ-5 and XJ Cherokee Jeep.
Been working on the M416B1 trailer and new acquisition a 1944 Army Signal Corps PE-197 Generator Set.
Greetings fellow Jeep lovers. I'm sitting at the computer wondering why I have not added my 2-cents along with a picture of my J-3000 to your collection. It was my father's originally and mine after his passing. It was the love of his life and I helped him with rebuilding the 350 Buick. Its been in the family since around 1970. I remember him coming in it to drag my Chevelle home from Lake Mead after I blew its engine as a teenager. It runs like a top but I need/desire dual exhaust and a rochester 4-barrel, along with some chrome valvecovers. I notice the aftermarket doesn't really address Buick headers, exhaust, intakes, or anything else. Any leads/ideas would be welcomed. I'm retired military currently working as an automotive mechanic, so I might have some help/advise to offer as well. I'm looking forward to checking your club out.