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Old 08-01-2013, 08:35 AM
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___Interesting thread but like so many it never had a good ending, just a cliff hanger.
What did he find when the pan was pulled?
Was it a good find ?
What has been done to the engine?
Was this thread continued in another thread later ?__
If so it would have been nice to add one more post here and say so.__

__ It's been such a long wait.__




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Agreed. I'm curious about the heads. Looks like cast rocker arms, so probably what, pre-71, 72?
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Agreed. I'm curious about the heads. Looks like cast rocker arms, so probably what, pre-71, 72?
Rail rockers were used from April 1966 til the appearance of the D8OE heads in late 1977.
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My 72 351w heads had these style rockers. My 74 heads have stamped steel rockers. It has been a while, so I may be mistaken about my 74, could be they are not stock heads.
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Block is D5ZY-6015 = '75-'77 302 cu - 4.00" bore + 8.206" deck height or '73-'76 = 8.229" deck height.

Going on a guess - I would say the heads are block-matching mid '70's heads. Great candidate for a budget build with GT40 or Windsor Sr. iron heads and a freshened up balanced bottom :>)
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302 - '75-'76: D5OE-A3B - 58.2 cc - 1.78 intake / 1.45 exhaust - Internal air injection ports
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