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Old 03-28-2005, 05:35 PM
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50 Ford F-1 Question/Volare Clip

I have a 1950 Ford f-1 with a Volare front clip and I'm putting a 351 Windsor into it.

My question is does anyone have info on which headers will fit this application?

Let me know.

Marc

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As one of the Moderators here...let me be the first to WELCOME you.....


I put a Volare under a 56 F100 a few years back and it was TIGHT......

No help from me on the headers.....

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headers for 351W

Shorty headers for a late model Mustang will be the easiest to go with.
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They make special headers for swapping a 351w into a fox body mustang because of the tight space, a set of those might work for you, ill try and find a link to post.
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