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From Club Cobra site cut and paste-just saw it.

Well, let me throw this out there! I have out of my X 1968 GTE Cougar a 427 SO drilled for hyd lifters from the factory which I ran a Crane solid lifter in. This engine still has the factory cross hatch and ready to go back togather. Original bumper pistons and nodular crank and rods, stock heads, adjustable rockers. Don't know if I have the cam which would probably need to be upgraded anyway, sidewinder intake manifold and assorted nuts bolts and covers to assemble engine, windage tray, excuse my rambling as I think of things! I also have 2 sets of new .015 steel shim head gaskets, have been thinking of doing a 482 aluminum from one of the venders on here, so I really haven't set a price or even thought about it, but can be available.

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The car was 8F93W549243. It got parted out in Virginia due to rust.
 

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Thanks, Royce
Nothing is better than an expert opinion like this.
Russell

Maybe somebody could use this for a date correct restoration.
It is on Club Cobra and I use it because I have a Backdraft replica roadster.
 

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The engine was not mine; it was for sale on club cobra.
I will get the link to you if you send me a pm.
Just trying to keep it in a Cougar.

Russell
 
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