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    289 HP Heads....

     



    Hey guys...how much would you expect to pay for 289HP heads??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jazzstorm
    Hey guys...how much would you expect to pay for 289HP heads??
    I would say $500.00 for the pair . The Hi-Po 289 heads are not that much different then the 1965 to 1967 stock 289 heads . They both have the 1.78in/1.45ex valves and the 54.5cc chambers . The Hi-Po heads also have screw in studs and HD valve springs . There casting #s are #C50E-A #C5AE-E #C7ZE Also the Hi-Po castings had slotted pushrod holes . If you need to have # matching heads buy them . But if your just looking to build a 289 like a Hi-Po make the Mods to a set of stock 289 heads and port them .

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    what he said ... they`re worth a ton to someone who needs to build a #s matching motor but for a few hunnert bucks more get some aftermarket heads if you want sumptin for power ..
    iv`e used up all my sick days at work .. can i call in dead ?

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    Here are some COOL Hi-Po 289 Photos .
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    Thanks guys! Actually I am looking to sell them. My engine is all done and I am very pleased with it!

    See my photos!
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    This is my 1965 289 4 Speed Hi-Po Mustang . This year the stock wheels and Hub caps go on .
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    Looks Nice!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DennyW
    Ah....we got to fix that picture up a little. Nice. Sure miss my 68.
    I know how we can fix the picture.
    Change the picture to show a 68 Camaro.
    Whoops, that must be the cold meds. talking again,

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    Thanks Denny W it's a Texas car has a few chips . But No Rust and No Bondo. The inside is like new red with a 4 Speed I have the Hurst White shift ball . The 289 was just rebuilt Forged every thing It's a 289 Hi-Po but it has some mods . Headers Uniite dist AFB Carb . This year I am going to put on this intake manifold . Hay check out the Monte Carlo in the yard . It's in the garage now . COOL I told you I like FORD's
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    Quote Originally Posted by DennyW
    Now that's funny.....Camaro, or is it Maro ? Ford power....
    No I call them like they are . But that may be OK . The good Lord know's Tango has enough engine's for one .

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    Quote Originally Posted by DennyW
    Now that's funny.....Camaro, or is it Maro ? Ford power....
    That's MR. Maro to you Denny.

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    That Poor Camaro what it has gone threw
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    I think so to like a 1970 . This way when you beat them Ford guys . They won't feel so bad .

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    When you look back you will think you beat a GEN I Camaro .

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    Quote Originally Posted by tango
    That Poor Camaro what it has gone threw
    Well, it's mine and I built it all.... Stock is boring, what can I say?
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