For sale: TWO small-block Ford magazine project engines: Engine#1: Mustang Illustrated magazine "Frankenstein Ford" 5.0L/rollercam/Cleveland "Street Boss" small-block project engine. Featured in June, October and December 1991 issues. Engine built by Mark DeGroff, Northridge, California. Features 1989 5.0L rollercam block with B&A Ford 351-C 2v cylinder heads. drilled for ARP rockerarm studs, FPP stainless-steel valves, Comp Cams roller rockers, Ford Motorsport finned aluminum valve covers, 9.3:1 compression Federal Mogul hyperutetic pistons, Competition Cams rollercam, B&A-prepared 5.0L rods, ARP rod bolts, crank micro-polished and chamfered, B&A Ford hi-rise, and low-rise intakes, Barry Grant 850 cfm Street Demon carb. Avaiad 8-quart GT350-style trapdoor oil pan and FPP hi-volume oil pump. dynoed at Dick Landy Industries. Produced 371.3 hp., and 3,425 lb./ft. torque @ 6,000 rpm. Otherwise never run, or been in a car. Have magazine articles and all documentation. $5,500 plus shipping. Engine#2: The "BLUE BOMBER," AER/Ben Alameda Racing (Los Angeles) 5.0L rollercam 302 engine featured in CLASSIC TRUCKS MAGAZINE, January/2000 issue. AER rollercam short-block with SVO GT-40 Turbo Swirl aluminum cylinder heads. Edelbrock Performer intake, ARP bolts, Competitions Cams rollercam and roller rocker valvetrain, ROL engine gaskets, Edelbrock aluminum water pump, Comp Cams multiple-index timing chain, and more. NEVER RUN! Priced at $3,750. less shipping. Magazine article comes with engine. Contact: Bob McClurg. 4845 Sancola Avenue, North Hollywood, California 91601. (818) 769-4944.
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