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Wanted- Chev 327 Heads
Posted 29 May 2008 - 06:39 AM
So does anybody know where we could source some from? Postage can be arranged
Posted 29 May 2008 - 06:59 AM
You make your choice of the desired small block Chev head and bolt it up.
Making that choice:
1) heads drilled for accessory drives?
2) combustion chamber size?
3) valve size?
5) spark plug hole size?
6) rocker arm studs and push rod guide plates?
Probably #4 should be #1, because you aren't going to get aluminum heads with 1.94 valves, or press-in rocker studs, or big plugs.
Pretty well any small block head will bolt up (265-400cid), with the kind of shipping money you are likely looking at it is best to be specific.
Posted 30 May 2008 - 07:19 AM
What i do know is that they are from 1968-69 Chev 327, are made of steel and were imported into Australia from the USA
Come to think of it, he said he wants some within a range of casting numbers, so that might narrow it down a little.
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