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Post #1 by Shorty » Wed Mar 21, 2018 7:02 pm

I brought an engine to get the machining work done for my father-in-law. When i stopped by to check progress the other day there was a 240 head on the front bench with screw in rocker studs, port and polish and oversized valves and a clifford 4v intake. Turns out these guys run in a vintage class of racing and have worked on piles of in-lines in the past. I have been happy with their work on my stuff in the past.

New Generation Racing Engines
563 Highway 20
Fenwick, On.
85 F150 on 78 bronco frame C6 np205 welded dana44 front, trussed posi nine inch rear. EFI exhaust manifolds into one 2 1/2" rolls on 35x12.5x15 Maxxis Trepador.

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