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Old 04-03-2009, 12:12 PM
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I see they made a man-a-fre for a ford small block, any idea's where too find one. What year's did they make them?? ty

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Around '63, according to a Hot Rod mag article HERE.

Chevy might have come before Ford?
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Around '63, according to a Hot Rod mag article HERE.

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Chevy came first i see.i would like too find one keep your eyes open for me. ty
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I don't if your still interested but the small block Ford Man-A-Fre set-up came out in 1966. I was working for a Ford dealership those years and talked a new Mustang owner into using one. It kicked butt! My buddy and I used to hang out at Man-A-Fre in Northridge, CA with Harold Graves the owner. I still have my Big Block Chevy set up. Direct Port Induction, Great system.
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