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Heads, Help, what kind and quality

These are pics of my heads and looking for any information I can get, suppose to be sitting on a 12 to 1, 383 stroker, high octane, 0010 block But I am researching the heads, and the quality.

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I don't know what exact model head you have without the numbers stamped into the end, but it is a World Products head(the cast "W"), probably a Sportsman II.

Rockers are Harland Sharpes.
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GOOD or BAD

Are these a quality set up or typical for a small block?
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look on the front of the heads, should be stamped with a part #
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Are these a quality set up or typical for a small block?
Sportsman II were the best iron heads you could get until the Iron Eagle and Motown heads arrived. Nothing wrong with them, way better than even the best stock SBC stuff.
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I will get the numbers and post them. Thanks for the help.
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