|BARRY & CECILE'S
OTHER FE POWERED
(street rods; t-buckets; transplants, or vehicles that do not [as of yet] have a page dedicated to their model).
|This beautiful Talladega belongs to Lloyd Heintz of Aurora, CO.
It has the correct 428 heads and block and was freshened up recently.
|Jerry "Lugnut" Chenot of Greenleaf, W I. is the proud owner of this T-Bucket powered by a 450 Horsepower 390 mill with Edelbreck heads and 3X2 Bbbl intake and carbs. Notice the highly polished stainless steel frame. AWESOME "T".|
|The Late "Dyno" Don Nicholson's SOHC 427 powered Maverick.
|I am waiting on information from Australia for this 1932 Ford roadster powered by an FE with Edelbrock heads and six 97 Strombergs. Thanks to Craig Bisset for the pics.|
|Gerald's Canadian Meteor project car. (No. It's not a Mercury, but a Canadian Ford.) Gerald is looking for an FE motor for his prized automobile.
Information is needed.
|Jerry Riela from Ocala, FL is the owner of this pristine 1958 Skyliner retractable hard top convertible with a 352 under the hood.|
|FEarless is a 1931 Model "A" Ford owned by Buddy Janiszewski from right down the road from me in Quakertown, PA. It is powered by a 427 Cubic inch FE mill bored and stroked to 472 cubic inches with a Scat crank and rods. Compression ratio is 11:1 The Edelbrock aluminum heads are ported and polished with Dove roller rockers w/ hardened steel shafts & end stands and covered with Dove aluminum 427 valve covers. The heads are fed by a Holley 850 double pumper with a ProForm center section through a Dove single 4bbl Intake manifold. Valves are actuated by a Comp Cams solid roller cam w/ .700 lift. Tranny is a C-6 with a shift kit Cheetah SCS shifter and a 3,800 stall converter. Rear is a 9" with 4.11 gears Moser 33 spline axles and spool with ladder bars. I love the "Old School" approach this car takes.|
|Mario Rapetti is the current owner of this beautiful 1955 Crown Victoria custom that is powered by a 360 truck motor with all kinds of neat goodies hooked up to a four speed trans. Sure does turn a lot of heads . You can't help but want to look under the hood. I'll never tell.|
|Bill Orrick's beautiful 1949 is powered by a 427 SOHC. He says he drives it like he stole it.|
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|Chevy view of Jerry's 9" Ford rear.|