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I was talking to friend today who said afriend of his has a 69 351Winsor out of a mach 1. His friend says the heads on this winsor are different than any other year and only a few motors were made with these heads. Anyone ever hear of this? The motor is for sale and I'm just curious. TIA

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According to info I have all Windsor heads are the same from '69 through '74..60.4CC Chambers..1.84 Intakes/1.54 Exhausts

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I'm not sure about the heads being different from other Windsors up to 74, but the block is "meatier" on the 69 Windsors and they are sturdier in modified applications.
 

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The 69 351W had flat top pistons that were only used that year.

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The engine might be a original 4V 351 Windsor. And historically the 4V heads were often in higher demand. and can be difficult to find when you need a pairs.

Isn't that how it always is

Believe this was a one year only setup. But please do not confuse this with the idea that they are worth a ton of $$$'s ;)

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