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Old 06-15-2013, 01:38 PM
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I feel better now - when I looked at that engine (I'm no expert at Mopars), I said it looked like the 413 a buddy of mine had in a '65 Sport Fury. The exhaust manifolds looked just like his. (Maybe tons of Mopars had those, like I said I'm no expert).

I have seen that car at that cruise before, next time I'll try to fine the owner to ask what's in it.

I do recognize the Hemis, but don't know the differences in the various ones. There was a Max Wedge 426 with the dual quad cross-ram manifold at a cruise last week - I'll try to get a picture of that one too!
the first photo is an A SERIES 318 LAST PHOTO AN la SERIES 318,340,360THE SECOND IS A B SERIES 350 ,361 , 400 ,383 Low deck-third is RB series 383 tall deck 413 ,426 wedge ,and 440
note center bolt valve covers on the A series ,wide block poly block called all three ,same engine
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the first photo is an A SERIES 318 LAST PHOTO AN la SERIES 318,340,360THE SECOND IS A B SERIES 350 ,361 , 400 ,383 Low deck-third is RB series 383 tall deck 413 ,426 wedge ,and 440
note center bolt valve covers on the A series ,wide block poly block called all three ,same engine
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And again. the day is not wasted, i learned something.

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You mentioned the B series...350...are you saying that the 350 is a 350 CID in a mopar block?

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Old 06-15-2013, 02:21 PM
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Yes they offered a 350 cu in engine it looked like a 383 I had one in a 57 and a 59 Plymouth fury the B series engine can be id by looking at the front of the block just above timing cover the B is smooth across the RB (raised block ) has a lip about an inch high across in front of intake, you might e able to see it in photos.look just unger dist hold down clamp

There was also a 395 engine ,my uncle had one in a 1961 Plymouth Savoy Ga State Patrol Prusuit cardont know if it was avalible to the public or how many years produced.
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Again, I did not know that...so Mopar actually produced the first 350...Now that would be a trivia question that I don't think even many car guys would get. If you tell me that Ford made a 350 as well....that make the perfect trifecta of the car industry with GM leading with Chevy, Olds, Buick and Pontiac all having 350's.

After what I've learned today...please, don't tell me that Ford made a 350...LOL
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Old 06-15-2013, 03:05 PM
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LOL ,Not that I know of ,Just 4 different 351 Windsor, Cleveland, M series modified, and a Boss and a FE 352 .
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I do recognize the Hemis, but don't know the differences in the various ones. There was a Max Wedge 426 with the dual quad cross-ram manifold at a cruise last week - I'll try to get a picture of that one too!
I was at a local cruise last night and there was a 63 Mopar with the 426 max wedge. Looks just like a 440 but with a boat anchor dual quad intake. Seriously, that block of cast iron must weigh a hundred pounds. Cool throttle set-up tho. All rods and bellcranks, no cables. Wife has the camera on a trip so I couldn't take any pics. He's there a lot, as am I, so I'll get some pics in a couple weeks. Next weekend is Back to the Fifties... 12,000+ cars, '64 and older. I'll have to make sure both the camera batteries are charged.
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LOL the 351's I knew about, and to think how shocked I was to find out a few years ago that Ford made a 383 in the late 50's but Mopar a 350...who woulda thunk it.
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Sometimes I think up here in Canada we don't get all the flavors you guys got when it came to engines. When I first got my 326 Firebird most people though it was a mistake...it must be a 327 because all Canadian made Pontiacs had either Small Block or Big Block Chevies...and the only cars that had the Pontiac Block where the Firebirds and GTO's...there again...Chevy made a 400 and a 350 so why would a car company make an engine 1 cubic inch smaller than a 327...had lots of arguments over that.
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I was at a local cruise last night and there was a 63 Mopar with the 426 max wedge. Looks just like a 440 but with a boat anchor dual quad intake. Seriously, that block of cast iron must weigh a hundred pounds. Cool throttle set-up tho. All rods and bellcranks, no cables. Wife has the camera on a trip so I couldn't take any pics. He's there a lot, as am I, so I'll get some pics in a couple weeks. Next weekend is Back to the Fifties... 12,000+ cars, '64 and older. I'll have to make sure both the camera batteries are charged.


LOL ,, How many e are in Camaro,,
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LOL...Non that I know of, not even in Canada...LOL...I think Camera has one though...LOL

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I'd like to see that max wedge - other than the one I saw at a cruise a week ago, I had only seen one before, at an indoor car show. That intake made quite an impression on me. Back to the 50's sounds cool, I'll have to catch that one of these days. I've been to Louisville when they had 11,000 cars - couldn't begin to see them all in four days!
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LOL ,, How many e are in Camaro,,
How did you get Camaro out of camera ?? I have an extra battery for the camera and may well need it for all the pics. And I can't take my Camaro into BTTF no matter how many batteries it has...
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11,000 cars, how many days is the show, or should I say weeks, that must take forever to organize.
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I guess i need to learn to read better ,my Bad. LOLIF it were a Camaro some one would take the picture for you ..
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