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The Chrysler Engineering Daytona #88 ran a Racer Brown cam when it set the 200 mph record by Buddy Baker at Talladega, March 24th. , 1970.
That's the Road Runner mule car next to the old Woodward Garage Superbird.
Testing found that the RR hood slowed the car down, so Petty ran...
Ok, my sources officially came to a dead end.
You need a way back machine!
Hearing from old timers the WWG was not even on WW!!
Same place with a face lift, imo.
I know the exact address to the Woodward Garage - South.
And the building is not there.....I'll see if I can find info for the North location......
They did keep track.
I have some info, but it's from the late 60s, so it won't help in this case.
That being said, there are numbers that will...
Certain numbers on the dist. pad will let us all know if it was for Nascar or drag racing.
Getting the guy back on his feet supersedes some old iron block....
Thanks for the update and I wish your buddy well in his recovery.
By "Production", I mean the engines that were produced for street driven cars, starting in the 1966 model year to 1971.
It would have nothing to do with Nascar. They did not record what number block was in what car back then.
Do they do that today??
So far NOTHING. Still have to see what, if anything, is stamped on the pad by the distributor. It could be a drag racing block.... (?????)...
Still need to see the pad up by the distributor hole.............That's VERY important!
Anything stamped on the pad by the dist.??
if so, what?
Need a photo!!p.s. You sure the block was cast AFTER it was assembled?? That's a new...
Thanks. Man, lots of cool stuff there!
Putting together a Nascar engine...
Cool. You can pull up this thread and show him the pics.