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From: Daven Anderson
Date: February 23, 2001
You're right,Mark,thank you for mentioning it! My post DID say Dodge started using the 318 (in that displacement) in 1960, but that did neglect that the '59 326 Red Ram is a Plymouth (basic design) engine. I focused on the 60-66 engines because I assumed Adam Green was wanting to "hemi-fy" that type (the most common polys). Neither Mike Patterson or myself mentioned the '59 326,so on the odd chance Adam has that engine,he now knows it cannot be "hemi-fied" by swapping heads because it too is a Plymouth 277-301 derivative. Thanks,Mark!