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Old 09-03-2011, 03:37 PM
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That set-up should be comparatively easy to build headers for and I would not hesitate to attempt it, the comments I made about how hard it would be was assuming a normal engine bay.


Now pardon me while I slobber all over my keyboard, you have my dream engine! Of all the new high-tech power plants out there I would not trade that old cammer for a dozen of them, congrats on finding a real classic!

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There is an excellent video tutorial on custom header building here:

http://www.stainlessheaders.com/headerfabrication
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That set-up should be comparatively easy to build headers for and I would not hesitate to attempt it, the comments I made about how hard it would be was assuming a normal engine bay.


Now pardon me while I slobber all over my keyboard, you have my dream engine! Of all the new high-tech power plants out there I would not trade that old cammer for a dozen of them, congrats on finding a real classic!
Thank oldred, My grandfather bought this engine from ford in 1971 for a whopping $1250. lol luckily Its now in my hands And yes I drool over it in my own garage...And no I wouldn't trade it for ANY engine out there either.
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