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  1. Engine
    So I have 1 049 Head and 1 781 head that came off my dads 454, those were on there when he bought the motor he just never got the chance to work on it. I know these heads are relatively similar, so would they be ok to run on this motor for racing or should I try to find a matching 049 or 781...
  2. Engine
    So I'm relatively new to the whole engine building side of racing. I have my dad's 1974 454 BBC, he passed away last year so I'm trying to get it built on my own and with my uncles help. When he got it, I'm not sure how much he got it for but it came with 2 mismatched heads on it, 1 being an 049...
  3. Introduce Yourself
    Hey everyone. I was googling and came across this forum. Pretty awesome. I work at a place called BC Broncos. We restore 66-77 Ford Broncos. Most recently and since 2011 we have been swapping in Mustang Coyote engines paired with 6r80 4x4 transmissions. Pretty great stuff. Broncos aren't your...
  4. 1966 Mustang, Outlaw Vintage Racing

    Roebling Road Raceway, Savannah Ga.
  5. 1966 Mustang, Outlaw Vintage Racing

    Turn 5 at Road Atlanta
  6. Introduce Yourself
    I'm a product of the 50's with an appreciation for new technology too. My first car was a 1967 Camaro that I spent every waking hour tweaking, much to the chagrin of my girlfriend at the time. Street racing and drag racing were the focus back then. Think I gave $1,200 for that car. After...
  7. racing

    burn out for a round of racing
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