Manufactured from the late 1950s through the mid-1970s, Ford FE engines served as the large-displacement drivers in the Ford lineup. With the FE standing for “Ford Edsel,” these engines were designed to increase displacement over the earlier Y-Block engines. As the model grew, the FE performed admirably as a heavy passenger car and light truck engine—as well as became quite accomplished in performance circles.
The American-made Chrono series of gauges from AutoMeter Products—featuring 3D, low-rise beveled dials and more than 320 degrees of pointer movement that are unique to our industry—is now shipping two new entries: a 3-3/8” speedometer (PN 8188) and 3-3/8” tachometer (PN 8197). These stunningly detailed gauges add depth and style to your custom dash, with metric and imperial scaling for easy reading around the world.
The RacingHeart line of headers from Hooker just got a boost from new small-block Chevy (SBC) street stock headers for 1973–1988 GM G-Body and 1970–1981 GM F-body. Available in three sizes (1-5/8” x 3”, 1-3/4” x 3”, and 1-3/4” x 3-1/2”) and two finishes (Natural Stainless and Black Painted Mild Steel), you’re sure to find the right look and fit for your SBC application.
- Fits 1973–1988 Monte Carlo, Malibu, Regal, Cutlass, and Grand Prix.