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  1. Parts for Sale
    ManA-Fre 4x2 mannifod, rectangular ports, rebuilt origional Rochester dual jets, some linkage...beautiful condition and vapor blasted. Enderle fi with pump, stacks. Pair COMPLETELY REDONE Merlin heads.. #1-043c 310cc, outstanding work ported by "rod Phillips Auto Dynamics "
  2. Engine
    Hello, Ok you have spec'd various engines on this forum but I can not figure out an engine that would be the absolutely best small block for everyday and occasional strip use. Either they fall short of 600hp or they have 13-15:1 CR which is not desired for street. This build thread is...
  3. Hotrodding Basics
    I've been teasing at the idea of building up a 427 after a friend mentioned he has a block laying around. I have done a quite a bit of research, and decided if I do begin this build, I going all out. This will be my 1st 427 BBC build, I am still a teenager and newish to engine rebuilds. Please...
  4. Engine
    I have a 1969 435 HP 427 big block and I recently put cam that works to 7200 rpm. My original intake manifold gets best operation at 5800. Should I change to a different intake manifold to get more out of my engine? My original intake part number is 3933163. Any help with this is appreciated.
  5. Engine
    hi guys i'm new to this site but i've been in and out of cars and trucks since i could crawl and i've been given the chance to pick up a fresh 427 tall deck for dirt and a ham sammich and i have a few ideas floating around in my head and i'm just looking for some other opinions other than just...
  6. Engine
    Ok so I am looking at getting a 67 Ford Galaxie , 2 Door , Hardtop. I would really like the Thunderbird 428 or the Cobra 427 for engines. However they seem to be pretty hard to find and when I do find them they are quite pricey. So here is the question , out the big block options , what engine...
  7. Hotrodding Basics
    Friend has had a PAW 427 kit sitting around in his shop for the past 15+ years. Can't ID the cam that came with it, has the following stamping on it: CR 1346 88. My guess is that it's an L-88 regrind. We appreciate all help.
  8. 1968 Merc Cougar XR-7 GT-E

    This one year only production was truly the Epitomy of LuxuryMuscle rolled into a factory assembled car. The predecesor to the Eliminator.
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