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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by DDDenny, Apr 26, 2018.
I used to have a 427 Tunnel Port back in the 80's. Now this is all I have left:
Here's my 427T (give or take a few)
427 in my '55 B/G Chevy
I'll play. Fresh one going together.
I've heard that story before and the 428 was actually a 426 but that number and 427 were already taken by other engines. Gosh I love the sixties!
I must have done something wrong when build this last 428, it came out to 467.
Happy 4/27...Some Killer Videos...
Went for a little spin today...
My 29 Model A has a rodeck aluminum 427 small block Chevy going in it with a T-10 4-speed and Franklin quick change rear end and in the garage I have a 427 66 or 67 big block motor
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Hey! I am a 4/27 born in 1966!!
Love those Ford FE's!!!
Just got done watching those..... Damn, that cammer sounded good!!!....
Happy Birthday Spook!!!!!.....
Ford liked to give you options.
427 - (really 425 ci) but good enough to beat Ferrari at their own game.
428 - a cheaper, much more mass producible version of the 427 that actually measures to 426.5 ci.
429 - First of the Lima/385 series of big blocks designed to replace the MEL family.
430 - The First 400 Hp rated V8 offered in North America in the 1958 Mercury Marauder.
Two days late but here’s my hotter version in my OT project Vette roadster. 4 bolt, 840 rectangular heads, and 12.5 to1 compression:
Same 427, 13 years and 70,000 miles later.
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