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Building Classic Ford 351 Cleveland Power

The 351 Cleveland story is one of the most befuddling in Ford history. In North America, it was only in production for four years (1970-74), yet it became the hotrodder’s […]

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Ask Away with Jeff Smith: Dialing in a Cleveland

I’m trying to dial in my old Ford friend of 45 years, a 1972 Ford Mustang with a 351 Cleveland with 2-barrel heads. The engine has a Crane hydraulic roller […]

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Ford Engine Bore and Stroke Guide

The Ford engine family tree has a lot of branches. You’ve got the venerable Windsor small block, plus the 385-series and FE-series big block branches, along with a trio of 351 […]

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What’s the Difference Between a Ford 351 Windsor, Cleveland, or Modified Engine?

Engines are often identified by their displacement, like the ubiquitous Chevy 350, Mopar 440, or Ford Five-Oh. But displacement alone isn’t always the best differentiator, and nowhere is that more […]

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She’s No Lemon: Bob Lemon’s 1965 Plymouth Satellite

Hanging out at his local dragstrip in greater Detroit, he was a just a boy with a dream. The 1964 Plymouth Belvedere had just broke onto the scene, and Bob […]

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Photo Gallery: Piston-Powered Autorama – Cleveland 2014

  The Piston-Powered Autorama rolled through Cleveland, OH this past weekend and we were there with our cameras. There were way more cars and trucks than our team could shoot […]