Re: Seeking contact for 64-65 Hemi questions?
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Re: Seeking contact for 64-65 Hemi questions?

I hope Greg Lane is not ill too. As you note, Greg was selling blueprints years ago.

Dave Bell is / was a member of this mail list. Maybe you can reach him for information about Greg. Though it seems he 
may be hard to reach as well?

Maybe talk to some of the Hemi engine builders like Ray Barton.

Also Bob Mazzolini Racing 

Any others?  

Bruce Toth at Toth Performance is a '62-'65 Mopar mail list member who does a lot of Poly engine rebuilding. Maybe he 
knows or has suggestions about who to talk to.

Gary H.

>  -------Original Message-------
>  Hi all,
>  I’ve been trying to get ahold of Greg Lane from the Max Wedge site.
>  I hope he is well as I’ve not gotten ahold of him. I am needing to
>  find someone who may have dimensional specifications for the 64 iron
>  and 65 aluminum heads. I know that Greg had (ten years ago) access to
>  the blueprints. The closest I've got to that was a 1967 SAE
>  engineering review book and some old '64 documents but no dimensions.
>  My engine builder is finishing the ’64 Hemi block prep. I have
>  acquired two sets of heads. A pair of ’64 iron heads and a pair of
>  ’65 aluminum k heads (from what I was told the remains of the old
>  Keith Black parts shelves). Ideally, we’ll run the aluminum heads to
>  save weight but it is (of course) a gamble with any old heads. Both
>  sets have been worked and repaired. We are needing to know the
>  original dimensions.
>  Since I got into the quest of building up an early gen2 hemi, I’ve
>  been trying to find any bit of specification I can but can’t find
>  dimensional information, or maybe am not looking in the right place.
>  I’d appreciate if anyone had a source I can go to for this
>  information.
>  The easy part is spending way too much money. I’ve got that down so
>  far. :D
>  Thanks,
>  Conrad
>  -- 

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