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  1. Falconred
    Joined: Mar 27, 2008
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    Go over to the fordfe.com forum, they have a lot of FE information.
     
  2. Very nice engine, did you make the valve cover adapters or does someone produce them. We CNC'ed a set to put BBC valve covers on a BBF (429-460, 385 series) because there really aren't any nice "old school" type valve covers for the 385 series engines.

    Pump gas (10.2-1), hydraulic cammed, 521 CI engine that will either be going in one of my '63 Galaxies or replacing the Y Block in my '62.

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    The Y Block, 292

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  3. <<<<<<<<< well theres my 60 t-bird it has its original 352 fe in it and my 69 mustang with its original 302 my 57 sedan will have some derivative of an fe in it just picked up a 360 fe last friday and gonna be getting a nudder 352 this saturday
    i have a 351w ,351c and a 429 (not boss) in the garage at the moment

    an old ford with a chebby engine is like cinderella on roller skates with flat wheels
     
  4. checkedgoldtop
    Joined: Apr 24, 2009
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    Love those, dad's got the one out of mickey rupp's super sno sport.:D
     
  5. 302...rpu built in 1980 or so
     

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  6. Hooligan63
    Joined: Mar 1, 2009
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    I'll throw my hat in this:
    The ride: '63 Ford Galaxie 500:
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    The Power plant:390 FE big block with C.O.M. trans
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  7. haroldd1963
    Joined: Oct 15, 2007
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    from Peru, IL

    I'll post pics of my Ford power when I get home.
     
  8. FordMaverickFanatic
    Joined: Feb 16, 2010
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    FordMaverickFanatic
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    from Taylor, MI

    Not exactly Ford powered but some of these had Lincoln motors http://www.96trees.com/edwards/edwards.html

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    Some of these old Glasspars had Y-blocks too I believe

    It's o/t but I saw an AMC Concord Wagon with a 5.0 in it a while ago, thought it was cool as hell lol
     
  9. 57blueboat
    Joined: Feb 20, 2010
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    57blueboat
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    from California

    My '57 F100 with 272 Y-block
     

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  10. Master of None
    Joined: Dec 18, 2009
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    My 34, its a 66 289.
     

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  11. FordMaverickFanatic
    Joined: Feb 16, 2010
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    from Taylor, MI

    That is cool as hell, love the cheaters on the back too.
     
  12. crf500
    Joined: Dec 1, 2007
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    a few of my pickup 390 edel heads, older hampton charger
     

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  13. THE FRENCHTOWN FLYER
    Joined: Jun 6, 2007
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    THE FRENCHTOWN FLYER
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    from FRENCHTOWN

    And speaking of big blocks, heres a 523 going in my '46 pickup. It will be used as my race car tow vehicle.

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  14. HotRodFreak
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    Radical built 302 in my chopped Merc in progress.
     

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  15. AnimalAin
    Joined: Jul 20, 2002
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    Sure hope you have enough torque......

    Neat truck.
     
  16. johnnie
    Joined: Jan 7, 2009
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    from indiana

    I don't have anything put together yet but, here is what is going on my 460.
     

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  17. 347 in the 34 Coupe
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    289 in mt 53 F100
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    347 65 Mustang
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  18. 302 in my 32
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    460 in a 61 Unibody
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    Roush 353 in John Buck's 34
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  19. Blown & Injected 351C in my Anglia
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    Ford BDA in a 69 Escort
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    460 in my 56 Fairlane
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  20. I just sold one of those set ups but mine was one of the factory SK units, shipped it to its new owner a half hour ago, it wouldn't fit on my FRRP SCJ heads.
     
  21. Black coupe
    Joined: Jan 29, 2009
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    460 in my '32
     

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  22. johnnie
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    from indiana

    Would you explain why it wouldn't fit? I can't imagine why. Mine is a Blue Thunder intake for those who want to know.
     
  23. Fro
    Joined: Sep 3, 2007
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    Fro
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    from Joplin Mo.

    here's the roller 302 in my maverick, and the banger motor in my T.
     

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  24. krackerjack88
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    from Fresno,Ca

    351Cleveland with C6
     

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  25. FordMaverickFanatic
    Joined: Feb 16, 2010
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    from Taylor, MI

    Love the crossram on the Mav, I saw that over on mmb.maverick.to, it's probably the only cross-ram Mav out there, I love it. I'm glad there's so many Fords with Ford motors out there, let's keep them that way, keep them coming please...

    Lke the car in your avatar, there's a 57' that runs around here with a Y-block called Squeaky, it's been racing for years, and by any chance would you know what happened to the TASCA 401-powered 57'?
     
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  26. Fiddytree
    Joined: Sep 7, 2008
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    from Durango

    this whole thread does my heart good. Hell, I didin't know there was anything else . . .
    Pic is the cleveland.[​IMG]
     
  27. FordMaverickFanatic
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    FordMaverickFanatic
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    from Taylor, MI

    Nice I love Pantera's, Mangusta's too...
     
  28. johnnie
    Joined: Jan 7, 2009
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    johnnie
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    from indiana

  29. That is just the coolest! :D
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  30. 1952henry
    Joined: Jan 8, 2006
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    Don't see too many heavies like that still around.:) Is it an F7 or F8? Looks to be a twin screw, is that correct??
     

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