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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 07-16-2017, 06:21 PM Thread Starter
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Smile Ford DOVE Blocks

I have 16 FORD DOVE Blocks. ALL have 2 Bolt Main Caps. I will never use all of these. I have 9 DOVE Blocks with the raised 'A' Boss 429 Bulkhead, and 7 regular DOVE passenger car blocks. All are either Std bore or 30 over....NO more. At one time, these were all Baked Clean and magnafluxed OK. The Magnaflux is still OK, but, as they have been stored in a locked Shed, they MAY need to be re-cleaned before use. I would LIKE to sell ALL of these to one buyer, but that probably won't happen, so it's first come, first served. These Blocks ALL have the desirable THICK MAIN SADDLES and are a snap to machine for Splayed Main Caps(you choose the brand from several makes), making a Block that is STRONGER by far than a factory SCJ 4 Bolt Block. I have ONE CJ 2 Bolt Block(CJ cast into the Lifter Valley) also. I would rather deliver Blocks to residents of So Cal, AZ and NV by meeting halfway somewhere than crating to ship via truck, BUT, if I have to crate, insure and ship I can. Price is $400.00 for a DOVE Block. $450.00 for a DOVE Block with raised 'A', and $600.00 for the 'CJ' 2 bolt block. Prices don't include crating, shipping or delivery. I can send you generic pictures of Blocks, but I would rather you tell me what you need and I pick one out and send it to you. If you need a picture, let me know. I prefer to deal in person, with Cash, or you can send a Check or Money Order. Deal with confidence as I have done TENS of THOUSANDS of transactions all over the world(with a 100% EBAY rating after THOUSANDS of transactions there alone), and have had a well known presence in the Ford performance arena for OVER 4 DECADES. Call me at 951-763-9765 or email me at [email protected] with questions 10 till 4 5 days a week.
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Hello, I'm new to the 385 series/460. Can you explain the differences between the numbers
and terms you wrote ?

Which are more desirable and why ?
Also what year's are a better block and why ?
Thank you.

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Hello, I'm new to the 385 series/460. Can you explain the differences between the numbers
and terms you wrote ?

Which are more desirable and why ?
Also what year's are a better block and why ?
Thank you.
427hiss you need to go to Paul Kane's High Flow Dynamics web-site on there you can read and see about the blocks. It's very informative.
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I appreciate it.
Thank you.
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