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I bought tihs badge at the Ford Spring Swap and was wondering what it was offered on. Is it factory on some dress-up package or what.

I do know it is off a valve cover if that helps.
 

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None, but it has to be a 67 or a very early 68 being a 289 badge.
 

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I don't have a clue but it might be fun to mount inside back window so folks can wonder with the 347 blowing by.
 

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Never thought of that, but actually if anyone asks, "Whats under the hood" I just tell them it a 302 with a carb, cam, and intake.:p:
 

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Those badges came on some aftermarket valve covers John Baumann used to sell 10 or more years ago. They are not a factory part.
 

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Royce,
One day i hope to inherit just one tenth your knowledge. course input in means deleteing data files stored so i have already purged things i dont need such as gardening and house cleaning. heck who needs that stuff. once again you are the guru and should have your own section here.
 

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None, but it has to be a 67 or a very early 68 being a 289 badge.
Actually, 289s were used throughout the 1968 model year, with MORE being used in the later half, strangely enough.
 

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I stand corected

Wierd though that they did it that way. I just figured that they were just getting rid of the 289 cranks and rods from there invetory.
 

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Thank you Royce I have been hanging onto it forever and been told about everything possible about it, but never a sure answer.
 
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