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Old 10-23-2020, 02:19 PM   #1
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Default Ford V-8 Sixty Overhead Valve Heads

City: Wallingford
State: CT
Price: 8500.00

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Here's a pair of heads that will turn the little Ford V-8 sixty block into an overhead valve configuration. These heads are a miniature versions of the full size Ardun OHV heads for the Ford flathead V-8. The heads were designed by Chrysler engineers in Brazil for the purpose of converting the Simca flathead V-8 sixty which was originally the Ford flathead V-8 sixty. Looking at the design its obvious these engineers followed the full size Ardun conversion designed by George Kudash for Zora Arcus Duntov in 1947. Anyone who knows my history with the Ardun conversion will realize what I have written are the facts as they pertain to these rare heads. After an extensive search for a pair of these heads to add to my collection I finally found this set in Brazil. I'm now down sizing my collection and came to the conclusion I'm not going to use these heads IMG_0258.jpg IMG_0259.jpg IMG_0260.jpg IMG_0258.jpg so now its time to pass them on. Along with the sale of this pair of heads I will offer my guidance on how to complete the installation on the Ford V-8 sixty block so the engine will come to life now making easily three times the stock horsepower. I'm asking $8500.00 for the pair shipping would be extra which I could arrange.
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I use the F word a lot no not that word these words Flathead , Focus and Finish.
"Life Member of the Bonneville 200 MPH Club using a Ford Flathead block"
Owner , Builder and Driver of the First Ford Flathead bodied roadster to run 200 MPH Record run July 13, 2018 LTA timing association 200.921 from a standing start in one and a half miles burning gasoline.
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