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Cord 812 Custom Beverly restoration story

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23 Nov 2015 22:54 #30649 by 1748 S
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Dr John Baeke has show quality heads in his listings. They are $2800.00 US dollars for two heads. They have better cooling capacity than original heads. His email is [email protected]
The price includes sales tax so the pair of heads costs $2580.00. The tax takes the cost to the @2800.00 amount.

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24 Nov 2015 07:53 #30652 by RubyDS
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Thanks for the informations

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26 Nov 2015 18:57 #30661 by RubyDS
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Happy thanksgiving from France


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26 Nov 2015 19:45 #30662 by Red Brick
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Thank you, Ruby DS & France!
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26 Nov 2015 23:11 #30663 by Tom Georgeson
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I see that someone was in the process of putting S/C pipes on your Cord before you bought it. It doesn't look like it had been completed? Were you going to? The engine block is an FB which isn't set up for a supercharger. There was an article in the ACD Newsletter years ago as to how to modify a FB block to take a supercharger. Given the value of these cars lately don't think I would supercharge it if it didn't come from the factory that way.
You are doing a great job on the restoration. I look forward to seeing what you have accomplished each time I get on my computer.

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27 Nov 2015 07:29 #30664 by RubyDS
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Thanks Tom <!-- s:wink: --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/icon_wink.gif" alt=":wink:" title="Wink" /><!-- s:wink: -->

Yes the car was fitted with a supercharged fence by previous owner, I do not have the standard fence so I'll leave it with the supercharged fence and exterior pipes but without supercharger on my engine.

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