My Laguna came with a Chev. 350, w/ 4 barrel carb. When we first got the car the engine was not very health, it had aproximately 157,000 miles on it and was only running on 5 or 6 cylinders. My father put a very nice, new distributer, plug wires, and headears on the engine basically to keep it alive. The original intake had a hose which extended to the grill opening in the front of the car, this was a very early example of a 'cold air intake', as well, the hood has two gilled opening in the center close to the windshield, remenicient of the early 70's Chevelles cowl induction hoods.
Original Rodchester carb and intake ready to come off after 30 years.
Intake and Carb removed.
Heads and valve train removed
Block preped for the new heads.
New Angle plugged bowtie heads ready for install. Well, not new...never used, but afew years old.
New heads, as well as new valves, valve springs, guide plates, and roller rocker installed.
New Weiand Action Plus intake and new Rodchester carb ready for install.
New intake and carb installed.
New Chevy Racing valve covers installed.
Single breather covers
Proff of the angle plugged heads
Headers ready to go back on
Finished, distributer, plug wires back on and all hoses and lines connected.