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1974 Correct Craft Martinique Re-power 1 year 3 months ago #143999

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Dumped the old Chrysler 318 and built this 351W with GT-40 heads, Edelbrock aluminum intake and #1409 marine carb, Pertronix Flame Thrower distributor and coil and a viuntage set of Interceptor aluminum exhaust manifolds.





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1974 Correct Craft Martinique Re-power 1 year 3 months ago #144014

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Nice Power for that Martinique (one of my favorite direct drives)! You always do excellent work. You think and do like I only dream.

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