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    331 hemi with 727 totqueflite for sale

    yes the title is correct, for reasons unknown I have decided not to continue with this project
    So I have a built and running on a test stand, a early hemi with a stock rebuilt 727 torque flight for $4500.00
    Mark Riesch
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    That early Hemi probably has its upper bellhousing cast integral with the block. (like Packard & Olds V8's of the period)...How is a later aluminum 727 with a one piece bellhousing & case fitted to that 331?

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    It's a '56 poly block bored .060 with 354 heads,392 valves,stock crank and rods ground .010 Isky mild cam,stock intake,Chevy BB water pump,alum timing cover. trans adapter by a guy up northeast who I can't recall his name right now. there is about three sources of trans. adapters for early hemi engines
    Mark Riesch
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    Can you send me some pix? That sounds fun. Stock intake, as in, 4 bbl? or 2 bbl? And what carb is on it? Check your PM for my email address.
    sals54

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    Quote Originally Posted by TXmark View Post
    It's a '56 poly block bored .060 with 354 heads,392 valves,stock crank and rods ground .010 Isky mild cam,stock intake,Chevy BB water pump,alum timing cover. trans adapter by a guy up northeast who I can't recall his name right now. there is about three sources of trans. adapters for early hemi engines
    Thanks!, I understand now, the '56 block didn't have the extended bell...But I never realized early Hemi heads would fit onto a 'poly' engine block...is that what you're saying?

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    Yep.

    Any aluminum parts there?
    Diesel loving, autocrossing, Coupe express loving, Grandpa Architect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TXmark View Post
    It's a '56 poly block bored .060 with 354 heads,392 valves,stock crank and rods ground .010 Isky mild cam,stock intake,Chevy BB water pump,alum timing cover. trans adapter by a guy up northeast who I can't recall his name right now. there is about three sources of trans. adapters for early hemi engines
    You might have better luck selling your wares at this web site:
    http://www.forabodiesonly.com/mopar/
    , they are crazy about Hemis!!

    Or I could do it for you since I am a member???

    treblig

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