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Old 08-16-1999, 10:04 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I recently purchased a 64 1/2 convertible..it has a 200cid from a 67 falcon. it was Idling rough. My mechanic is doing a valve job..he ordered the valves but they did not fit..seems that the numbers on the heads are from a 144 cid?? are those heads all interchangable on straight six's
(144 170 200)and what years were 144's in cars?
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Old 08-20-1999, 12:36 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Try asking the guys at Clifford Performance. The are pretty much experts on the inline sixes. Try www.clifford performance.com or call them at (909) 734-3310. I hope this helps (sorry if you have already tried them).

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