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    Mary Shields is offline Registered User Visit my Photo Gallery
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    Question 351W engine into 1964 Falcon Sprint

     



    Has anyone ever found a header setup that works for this confined space? Please help!!!!

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    I could be wrong but, there should be headers designed to fit in the tight spaces of the '64.5 Mustangs with 351's put in them, as the Mustang was designed using a Ford Falcon as a basis , most chassis parts interchange and because the front clip is the same, the mustang headders should provide the same clearence for the Falcon.
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