maybe 250 not more than 500 , that year 302 is less desirable as it has taller decks that loose compression
EDIT ;consulting Tom Monroe how to rebuild your small block Ford. I may be wrong on the year for that ? his book state 73-76 have a deck of 8.226 vs the more common 8.206
Ford did however produce a 255 during that time period that is sometimes mistaken for a 302
If you can show a prospective buyer that it runs you may get up to $500 for it so I'd leave it in the car until it's sold. Sitting on the floor of the shop with no way to prove it runs it's worth about $100.
I am being recruited HARD by a company in Palm Bay FL. Its too cold to work in the garage, hit zero this week - so I'm really considering this.
Need pros and cons from folks I trust, I don't know anyone down there so you guys are all I got - shows you how SCREWED I really am ;o)
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Pretty young lady finished 5th...good for her!!
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