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if the swap has been done well... yes
 

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A 70's model ext. cab 4x4 is hard enough to find, much less with a Cummins.
 

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That's a v-6 industrial engine in that truck...Not a normal 24v inline 6. Not exactly a powerhouse. IIRC about 110hp. was the max they were rated at.
 

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the front end on that truck is not off a 78 it is from before 77 the grill and headlights were diffrent in 77 and 78 could have been changed! 77 and 78 both had square headlights and the grille was a little dif.
 

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That's a v-6 industrial engine in that truck...Not a normal 24v inline 6. Not exactly a powerhouse. IIRC about 110hp. was the max they were rated at.
Forget it then, i thought it was out of a truck oh well
 

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Nope, old industrial engine with internal fuel lines and injectors fired by the cam. Good engine in 1980's equipment but no easy way to make power over stock.
 

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the front end on that truck is not off a 78 it is from before 77 the grill and headlights were diffrent in 77 and 78 could have been changed! 77 and 78 both had square headlights and the grille was a little dif.
Its a 78 front end, 77 had the split grille, 78's had the one piece grill and round lights (square headlights were optional in 78, factory in 79).
 
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