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Old 01-27-2011, 02:11 PM
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identify ford ? cylinder heads

Hi I would appreciate help in identifying the cylinder head in attached photo,
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Those are Chevy small block heads. Not sure about the vintage but probably from the 70's
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Looks like 882 on the bottom of the Intake Runner. Maybe.
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It's an 882 SBC head. Probably cracked..
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Thanks for replys, I was looking at these heads to day without glasses , and saw the 882 no, But the owner assured me that they were from his old Mustang engine,Appearently he had them pressure tested some years ago, then lost interest. They might do for a spare 350 SBC im building, should be very cheap now that there not Fords , Many thanks all
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