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    Dan Gurney Impala in England (recent video)

    The man that built that engine is a genius
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    What are these?

    Everything is an anchor to you
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    What are these?

    Why are they not on any post information on any site? And.... are they worth a damn?
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    What are these?

    I just picked these up and the numbers are unavailable on any website I have searched. Any response would be much appreciated.
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    Staffs oil pan.

    Sounds great! Thank you so much for the information. Still working on my car. I hope to be finished real soon. I’m hoping the pan I have will do just fine
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    Staffs oil pan.

    Clearance?
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    Staffs oil pan.

    Looking for any information on Steffs oil pans for a 409 engine. Pros? Cons? Etc. thank you
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    Show cars 409 oil pan

    Rear pan rail
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    Show cars 409 oil pan

    Two rubber gaskets.
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    Show cars 409 oil pan

    Question. Just had my engine rebuilt from a rebuttable builder. Engine is on a rolling stand on Garett floor. Came out this morning to find a half dime sized puddle of oil in rear of pan. It is a show cars piece. Has anyone had this same problem and if so how did you relieve said problem...
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    Holley 3 barrel carburetor

    . Yeah? Y’all must be retired... or rich
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    Holley 3 barrel carburetor

    this one i believe is a 950? Wouldn't have any idea what to ask for it? Thank you for the information
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    Holley 3 barrel carburetor

    Was wondering what one of these is going for?Dated 823 February 3rd week? Everything seems to work just fine.
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    P case.

    Cool. Thank you for correcting me. I am still looking for a P case to purchase. Regardless of gear. If you have someone who might be willing to part with one I would be interested as I am tired of th 4:11s currently in the car.
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    P case.

    Looking for a 3rd member p case for a 62 impala. 373 gears would be great but beggars can’t be choosy. Thank you.
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    What is this number?

    So..... I guess this is pretty good?
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    What is this number?

    Ok.... I’ll try again. On the back of my 409 block. On the right rear side is the number. With the letter A. Information is appreciated.
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    409 engine stamp pad # question.

    My uncle bought the car is 1965 from the dealership he worked at as an apprentice. The paperwork from the dealership, which I still have, had that number as the stamp in the front of the block. In 1968 my uncle pulled the engine and subsequently made a 427 out of it. So yes, the block has...
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    409 engine stamp pad # question.

    Pics of back of block.
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    409 engine stamp pad # question.

    Cool. Yeah... it’s kind of crazy.... should say...QB? Or so I have researched. The CFD is interesting with no Julian number so...? Thank you for your input.
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