Does anyone have information on the history of Moser's DOHC Small Block Chevy Heads? The Moser heads were a masterpiece of engineering and a visual work of art (pre CNC machining) that never got their just due under the circumstances. I can' t help but think that with C-N-C machining just on the horizon some "kick ass heads" could have launched Moser Engine Corp. into a new aftermarket automotive frontier in those days. Unfortunately, there is not much history available documenting the few number of Moser heads (or head sets) cast. The number of finished headsets that made their way into the public. Or if there were any (do it your-self head set kits) successfully installed . I am only aware of FOUR motors with Moser heads: The engine Moser built for the Indy race. The engine Moser Engine Corp. built for me. The Moser engine Tom McMullen had in his 32 Ford roadster and the Moser engine that is in the Tamale Wagon sprint car. Moser Engine Corp. built my complete motor. I assume Moser Engine Corp. built Tom McMullen's motor. I don't know who built the Tamale Wagon motor. Also, I am not aware of any do it yourself Moser head kits that were sold or that exist today. If anyone is aware or has information concerning the Moser heads, it would be great if they would post their information.