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    Maybe when you reported it was a 409 with 425 HP they just didn't take you seriously. Good truck motor, though. Yuk yuk.
    Mike

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    No, wait a minute. Maybe that was the 348 I had in my 60. Anyway, sorry about your loss, even if it was a buttugly 64. Give me my aunt's red and white 63, 2 door, with buckets, 4 on the floor and a 327. God, I wish I had that car now.
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    Unfortunatly that's true Chris. I don't know about Cal. but here when they own a home a civil lien can be put on it or if they have a job they can be forced to comply with a civil and legal judgement, again only if they work on the books or own a home. It's a long drawn out process, we know. One owns a home with more equity than the judgement.
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    This was a box stock original '64 Super Sport. It was shown in Super Chevy Magazine back in '82. The Court that ordered the payment was in Oregon.
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    That was quite a car in 64. I remember some 409 around, but not any of the dual quads. Not sure how many were made. The biggest problem the 409 had was weak rods. I just had a 409 built for my 64 Impala--472CI stroker, dual quads, 500+HP and 500+torque. Should get her going in the next few days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by We B 47s View Post
    That was quite a car in 64. I remember some 409 around, but not any of the dual quads. Not sure how many were made. The biggest problem the 409 had was weak rods. I just had a 409 built for my 64 Impala--472CI stroker, dual quads, 500+HP and 500+torque. Should get her going in the next few days.
    They also had problems dropping valves. A buddy of mine bought a new one in 64 with two fours and a four speed, when he nailed it with the air breathers off, it sounded like it was trying to suck the hood through the carbs. Too cool!!!

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    May more of these thieves be caught and burned.
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    It was the thieves that burned my car, not the other way around.
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    That was a dual-Quad 409. Nice car ! I had a 1963......
    Bill Pedalino
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    one thing i gotta say about bike thieves..is aint nothing removel of the eyelids and forced to stare into the sun cant fix!....even thats being leniant..

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