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Mr mopar

What Engine is this ?

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Not a 351C though they look similar. It is a 385 series Ford 429/460. The 351C has angled exhaust bolts (top and bottom corners of the port). The 429 has them straight across from each other like this engine does..

 

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1 hour ago, OneTrickPony said:

Not a 351C though they look similar. It is a 385 series Ford 429/460. The 351C has angled exhaust bolts (top and bottom corners of the port). The 429 has them straight across from each other like this engine does...

Thanks, Dave. I didn't recognize it for what it actually was. Now I know.  :D

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12 minutes ago, Mr mopar said:

Now witch kit will I find the engine in  Ford 429/460 ?

The Revell '70 Torino Cobra has pretty much the best version you'll find in anything. 

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58 minutes ago, Chuck Most said:

The Revell '70 Torino Cobra has pretty much the best version you'll find in anything. 

Awesome I got two of them thx !

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yep, 429 or 460. I hate when they put the breathers on the bottom.. Good way for the oil to get all over the headers and start a fire

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On 2018-10-31 at 2:20 AM, Chuck Most said:

The Revell '70 Torino Cobra has pretty much the best version you'll find in anything. 

The Monogram Pro Modeler 70 Ford Torino GT kit also have the 385 series 429-460, and except for the factory stock parts this kit has some hop up parts like headers, Ford Motorsport valve covers and a custom air cleaner for the engine.

 

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