What car has 307 in it?

Introduced in 1968, the 307 was a typically muscle-car-era response to squeezing more power out of a small displacement engine. Essentially a 283 block with the crankshaft and rods from a 327, the 307 served duty as Chevrolet’s smallest small-block V8 until it was replaced by the 305 in 1973.

How much horsepower does a 307 small block have?

For our collaborative efforts-not to mention the efforts of the new parts-the 307 put out a very respectable 315hp at 5,200 rpm and 330 lb-ft torque at 3,800 rpm.

What year did GM make 307?

307. A 307 cu in (5.0 L) version was produced from 1968 through 1973. Engine bore and stroke was 3.876 in × 3.26 in (98.5 mm × 82.8 mm). All 307s had large 2.45-inch (62.2 mm) journals to accept the 327’s crankshaft.

What is a Chevy 327?

The Chevrolet 327-cubic-inch V8 originated with the small-block family of engines that first appeared in 1955 with a 265 cubic inch powerplant. Following with a 283 cubic inch version that appeared in 1957, the mighty 327-inch small block made its debut in 1962.

Is a 4.3 liter engine a V8?

The 4.3L V6 LV3 is based on the V8 versions of the Gen V family, but with two fewer cylinders — a design lineage that dates back to the previous 4.3L V6, which was itself a Gen-II small block with a pair of cylinders removed.

What kind of engine does a Chevy 307 have?

Chevrolet 307 V8 Engine The Chevy 307 V8 engine came along in 1968 to replace the Chevy 283 V8. The engine was used in lower performance oriented family type cars and was equipped with a 2 barrel carburetor. After 1973 the 307 was chopped from the GM line engine lineup.

When did the Peugeot 307 come out?

The Peugeot 307 is a small family car produced by the French automaker PSA Peugeot Citroën, under their Peugeot marque, from 2001 to 2009, and was the successor to the Peugeot 306, which ceased production in 2002.

What happened to the Chevy 307 V8?

After 1973 the 307 was chopped from the GM line engine lineup. One interesting fact regarding the Chevy 307 V8 was that it was also manufactured by GM for boat use and sold by the Outboard Marine Corporation as a high performance marine engine.

What is the difference between a Ford 307 and 307 Break?

The 307 was launched as a 3- and 5-door hatchback, though in 2002 the 307 range was expanded with the introduction of two estates, the 307 Break and 307 SW. Externally the two estates are almost identical, however the SW version has silver roof bars and a 3/4 length panoramic glass roof as standard equipment.