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Old 02-14-2020, 04:12 PM   #31
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About 3 years ago, I was racing in a Stock/Super Stock race in Hagerstown, MD. After I was done for the day (lost), I took off the 4GC on my 65 Malibu J/S 327/250 and put on the 3721 AFB. It sounded good and was real responsive. After the run I was disappointed
to see that it ran just about what the 4GC did. The 4GC was one that I did myself and the AFB was done by a known Stock racer. Since then I have not tried it again and built a
327/350 and am VERY satisfied with the way it has run.

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That was the 327/350 which used the Hotcam of its day !!
Something like .499 lift in/ex.
Remember it being a nice street cam.
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Old 02-14-2020, 07:42 PM   #32
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327/350 hydraulic cam .447-.447 lift

A Very popular street performance cam.
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Cool to have Chuck's wagon set to run again! I have an attachment to it as Herman Korf and I built that car in my garage and his. It was built to match my SStock Chevelle wagon at the time, but Herman ran it as a Stocker. Herman than traded his wagon for Chuck's '65 Chevelle 4-dr sedan SStocker, but then ran the 4-dr as a Stocker. The trade must have taken place around 1980.

Does the car still have the silver/blue 40 year old paint job? Lotta wins in that car. Chuck was a (good a**hole - ask Don Prudomme) and a great driver.

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Does the car still have the silver/blue 40 year old paint job? Lotta wins in that car. Chuck was a (good a**hole - ask Don Prudomme) and a great driver.
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Old 02-16-2020, 10:58 AM   #35
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Cool to have Chuck's wagon set to run again! I have an attachment to it as Herman Korf and I built that car in my garage and his. It was built to match my SStock Chevelle wagon at the time, but Herman ran it as a Stocker. Herman than traded his wagon for Chuck's '65 Chevelle 4-dr sedan SStocker, but then ran the 4-dr as a Stocker. The trade must have taken place around 1980.

Does the car still have the silver/blue 40 year old paint job? Lotta wins in that car. Chuck was a (good a**hole - ask Don Prudomme) and a great driver.

Jerry
No Jerry its been repainted once or twice, Its not mine Rick Roth owns it. I am just trying to help him ?
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