Date: Fri, 7 Nov 1997 03:50:24 -0700 (MST)
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fordtrucks61-79-digest Friday, November 7 1997 Volume 01 : Number 341

Ford Truck Enthusiasts - 1961-1979 Trucks Digest
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In this issue:

fordtrucks61-79-digest V1 #337 351M Powe [GEGK00A ( DAN LEE]
Re: AOD 351C match ["George Shepherd" ]
Tunnel Ram Combo ?? [Brian & Jacque Milbrandt ]
Fw: 1941 Ford P/U Street Rod in Auction ["deconblu" ]



Date: Fri, 7 Nov 1997 01:44:30, -0500
From: GEGK00A ( DAN LEE)
Subject: fordtrucks61-79-digest V1 #337 351M Powe

Do you want Power? Get a set of 351C-4V heads on that M block. If it
is true what they say about the heads being interchangeable. Then add
a suitable intake and headers.

Dan Lee
'53 F100 351C-4V


Date: Fri, 7 Nov 1997 00:56:27 -0600
From: "George Shepherd"
Subject: Re: AOD 351C match

Any AOD will fit your 351C block. There is only one AOD, but two tail
pieces. One for 2x4 and another for 4x4s. I would pay for a premium rebuild
job with blue printed components. It should stand up to your use. I don't
know whether the lockup torque converter will take that kind of usage, but
it is not necessary for use of an AOD and a regular C4 torque converter can
be used.

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> From: Dennis Pearson
> To: fordtrucks61-79
> Subject: AOD 351C match
> Date: Thursday, November 06, 1997 11:39 PM
> OK. I've been religiously reading this group for 3 or 4 months now and I
> am amazed at the amount of information that comes through here.
> Now I have a question about something that has already been discussed,
> I may have missed something--the definitive answer to the question "Which
> AOD is best suited (Bolt-right-up and stand up to the jack rabbit starts
> so enjoy) for the 351C, two-barrel in a 1962 Unibody with a (I think) a
> Dana 44 limited slip rear end (3.25 by the good old
> turn-the-tire-and-count-the-driveline-revolutions technique). I haven't
> actually crawled under the truck to check, but I believe it now uses an
> that doesn't slip or anything, but I would like the extra gas mileage, if
> possible.
> The last I remember reading on this is that the 351C has the same bell
> housing bolt pattern as the 301. Is that correct? Will a later model
> off a 301 fit? Will it hold up reasonably?
> Thanks.
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Date: Fri, 07 Nov 1997 01:02:04 -0500
From: Brian & Jacque Milbrandt
Subject: Tunnel Ram Combo ??


What's the "Lists" thoughts on tunnel rams ??,
gas mileage is not great with the 460 anyway. So I saw this combo in
the summit catalog offering a Weiand tunnel ram w/450 cfm holleys for
$560.00 and w/600's for $602.00. I'm not building this motor for a daily
driver, but more for a toy. I'm not real sure about how these setups are
to maintain, if there more a pain in the butt, or worth the price.
I'm sure somebody's had experience with them. let me know the good and


'64 F100 shortbox
'78 F150 4x4
'96 F150 4x4 shortbox
'94 Chr**ler LHS (wife sold j**P)


Date: Fri, 7 Nov 1997 01:57:03 -0800
From: "deconblu"
Subject: Fw: 1941 Ford P/U Street Rod in Auction

Forwarding with permission.

Deacon Blues deconblu
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- -----Original Message-----
From: Michael G. Brattland
To: fordnatics
Date: Friday, November 07, 1997 12:24 AM
Subject: 1941 Ford P/U Street Rod in Auction

>As some of you may know I look after a big salvage auction in San Diego and
>I have been sitting on a very nice 41 Ford Pickup Street Rod theft recovery
>for almost two years now trying to get some things sorted out so that it
>be sold on behalf of Allstate Insurance. Well that time has arrived and it
>is scheduled for the November 17th Monday 1030a.m. Auction in San Diego. It
>is a local street rod, with a lot of the work done by the original
>builder(now passed away) and Norm Francis Street Rods here in El Cajon,
>It is jet Black, beautiful interior, with nice Centerline wheels, a
>Supercharged SBC, with B&M Mega Blower, Mallory ignition, two fours, with
>lots of chrome and polished aluminum. It was partially stripped before
>recovery in December of '95 by the local RATT, so it is missing its hood,
>front grill, radiator, its Turbo 350 Trans, its seat and one of the rear
>fenders. The engine is sitting in the rear bed all intact, where the cops
>loaded it when they recovered it.The bed has been beautifully restored and
>inlaid with wood. Sheet metal in other respects is in great condition.
>Surprisingly, it is running an original rear end, with stock 41 front axle,
>disc brakes on the fromt and drums on the rear. Very nice piece.It will be
>sold at live auction(Nov 17, stall #99) on a clear California Title and
>Sale paperwork to anyone, dealer, dismantler or the public.
>This car was built by a member of the Over The Hill Gang, San Diego, my
>It will be availble for pre-auction viewing on Friday November 14, 1997
>8:30 to 5:00. the address for the auction location is Insurance Auto
>Auctions, 10728 US Elevator Road, Spring Valley, California 91978-2006 619
>670-1400 e-mail iaa Brattland , San Diego Manager)
>Information on the auction is available online at under the
>link for "Ca, Az and Ha" information. If anyone has any other questions,
>away and I will do my best to answer. You can get me at either
>brattlan or iaa
>Mike Brattland(brattlan USN-Ret, Naval Aviator
>71 911T,1923 Ford Rdster(Tri-Power/302/4spd),1938 Willys
>E-Mail me for Tech Info on Ford Holley Tri-Powers
>Try or iaa
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