Nah ... it's a Cleveland.
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Nah, looks just fine. 🤨
All it really needs to start making some power is a good 1200hp shot of NOS.
That would’ve been perfect in my folks 1961 two door, three on the tree Ford Falcon. Just another missed opportunity of my youth……☹️
Now you did it. Marlin will be all upset you implied twin quads were overkill.
I was just wondering if that was Marlin‘s car!
...NO, not My Engine, I had them mounted in-line with the Top, Gone and custom plates Machined. I'am Not upset! Ofcourse twin Dominators, and even, twin 600's ARE Over-Carburation. But, Not for Racing!
I Never had a problem with the 600's. They proved very powerful, Smooth Cruising and easy Idling. We wouldn't want the Engine to go 'Lean' at high speeds, would we?? That's My credo, Everything done in "Massive Over-Kill". Laughing.
Strewth Marlin - That is one massive intake manifold.
It makes a standard strip dominator look very undernourished.
When assembled will the carbs clear the roof ???
...Yes, it clears the roof! Does Not clear the engine cover...don't have one anyway. The Top of the Carbs are Level with the Decklid, and the Manifold sits Perfectly Level in a Pantera.