427 Ford Side-oiler

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albert
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427 Ford Side-oiler

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Nice motor for someone who needs a big block, would really be nice in a 64 or 65, although pricey, plus all the work you would need to do to make it fit and drive right.

http://www.hemmings.com/parts/item/1056 ... refer=news
Albert's 65 289, polar white, black buckets, 5 speed, Autolite 4100, ps, pb, factory tach, crites hood, headers, dual exhaust

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I think it's way over priced,,,,I think the owner is just trying to take an advantage of a so called legend,,,other words just trying to jump on the band wagon.........of course this is JMO.....POP
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Pops, your right, all my car club buddies said you could get one at half the price or maybe even less.
Albert's 65 289, polar white, black buckets, 5 speed, Autolite 4100, ps, pb, factory tach, crites hood, headers, dual exhaust

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I'd buy'em all day long for half that.
66 Cyclone GT; 245/60R15's on 15x8's and 215/70R15's on 15x7 Magnum's.
There's nothing like the sound of a pushrod V8 singing at the top of her lung's.

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