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20L: Ford 427 Hemi SOHC "Cammer" motor

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This is an original Famous Ford 427 SOHC or Cammer motor. It is complete and never been put in a car. It was dynoed by Keith Black in California. It is a 1966 Block. Code- C5AE-H. OTHER NUMBERS ON THE MOTOR ARE ?QEC-7-345 AND B-144. It has 2-4 barrel Holley Carbs. Correct Rotation. This is a 1966 Block. It is a stock motor with Cast Iron heads. Never Raced. it is loose and ready for you and your project or racer. The motor is complete. Noted at 675 and poss. more HP. What a fabulous Rare find. Ford manufactured this motor to compete in NASCAR against the Hemis from Chrysler and Richard Pettys Racing skills behind the Hemi power. After Rule changes and the Chrysler Boycott in 1965, Ford had hoped to continue to conquer the track as they did in 1965, and hoped to Introduce their SOHC 427 Hemi motor- this Ford Hemi motor was rejected by NASCAR in 1966 as they felt it had failed to prove it was a high volume item, such as the Chrysler hemi. After the rejection from NASCAR Ford released these motors mainly to Drag Racers, such as made famous in Connie Kalittas's Bounty Hunter Dragster, and various Boat Racers. Ford pulled out of NASCAR for that year and the Chrysler Hemis were back walking all over the competition. Ford realized that they needed to push their products with the NASCAR audience and in 1967 Ford was back with its refined tunnel-port 427 engine and was also put into production cars and ran at Daytona. There is no accurate record as to how many of these original prodection Ford 427 SOHC, or known as "Cammer", motors Ford Manufactured and released into the general public. I have heard of numbers from 500-800 made. One fact that remains is this is an extreme display of horsepower and rare find. These truely are coveted and are a great addition to any collection or NASCAR fan. Selling at No Reserve at Auction as part of the LLoyd May Collection in Neponset, Illinois on July 27th- Friday, 2007. Shipping is available at Buyer's expense. Buyer will pay actual shipping and must be ground shipped. Auction Company not responsible for damage while shipping. We will package well and this may add to shipping. you may also pick up the motor within 20 days. Selling As Is with no Warrenty. All sales are Final. If you have any questions please call VanDErbrink auctions 605-201-7005. This is a LIVE Auction and you will be actively bidding against people attending the auction. If at all possible you should attend the auction. There are many more parts that wll not be offered on-line. Buyer is responsible for immediate payment in full upon invoice. Buyer must imform Auction company if shipping required before Sunday Noon or leave message immediately upon winning. Buyer's Premium does apply. Please review terms and condition. This is a great find! Rare and you can bid and say you have one and have your fellow buddies envious when they are in your garage.

Estimate $15,000 – $1,000,000
Starting Bid $9,500
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10:30 AM - Jul 27, 2007
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