1964 Mercury Park Lane Convertible W/ 427 SOHC HEMI Cammer 661 HP 5 Speed Low M
Price: US $112,000.00 Item location: Local pick-up only
- Condition: Used
- Make: Mercury
- Model: Park Lane
- SubModel: 1964 Mercury Park Lane Convertible W/ 427 SOHC HEM
- Type: Convertible
- Doors: 2
- Year: 1964
- Mileage: 55,111
- VIN: 4Z65Z532937
- Color: Black
- Number of cylinders: 8
- Fuel: Other
- Transmission: Manual
- Interior color: Red
- Options: Leather
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1964 Mercury Park Lane 1964 Mercury Park Lane Convertible W/ 427 SOHC HEMVehicle Overview
|1964 Mercury Park Lane Convertible W/ 427 SOHC HEMI 4 Speed 661 HP!|
This beautiful 1964 Mercury Park Lane Convertible fitted with a427 V8SOHC HEMI(Cammer),5 Speed manual and is in excellent condition and has been freshly restored. The vehicle is also fitted with electricExhaust Cutouts.
The engine is extremely rare and is very powerful. This engine runs strong with no problems found
The BLACK paint is almost perfect.
-Running at 661 Horsepower (SEE DYNO TESTS IN PHOTOS)
- Block: Ford C8AE - finish bore
- CroYo & Sonic Tester - E - 4 - 4.270"
- Align Bored & SQ Decked - 10.150"
- Crankshaft: Forged Enitrated 4.250" stroke - "scat"
- Pistons: "Ross" 4.270" 11.25:1
- Rod: compstar - 6.700" H-beams 4340 / Pro - 2000 bolts
- Main bags: Fed - Magic - M - 125 STD - 3/4 groove
- Rod Bags: clevite "H" series coated
- CAM bags: Dura Bond - coated
- Oil Pump: Melling S10 #68 Relic F spring
- Primary timing chain: billet 250" Rollers - Cryo
- CAM Shafts: Comp Grind # L & R 8564 Adv. 279* .612" LIFT at .050" 252*/252* - 115*LiScp 111* C/L
- Valves: Manley
- Intake 2.300" - 11/32 - Lash Caps
- Exh. 1.900" - Lash Caps Bead /? Bead - Lock grooves - 10* Keepers
- Springs: Comp 943-16
- Manley - h -13 Tow Steel Retainers
- Rocker Arms: T&D Alum - Cryo
- Intake Manifold: Dove - 2X4 Port-malched
- (E) Carbs: Holley - 1850 Unc Sec - 600 cm each
- 4 wheel disc brakes
- Doug Nash 5 speed - oversize drive shaft
- Custom Long shift tower with Long shift
- 3.89 Detroit Locker - N case - powder
- 31 spline axles - Thunderbolt traction
- Blow-proof bell housing - Centerforce
- 15" wheel (15" standard on 427 cars
- 2 1/2 stainless exhaust - custom headers
- Interior by Tom Johnson - Altamonte
- Extensive use of powder coating
Some picked their favorite engine based on durability.
Others picked based on power and performance.
Clearly, the Ford 427 SOHC (Cammer) engine cracked the top 10 based on its power and legendary status.
The Ford 427 SOHC engine is the only engine effectively banned by NASCAR before even making it to the track (thus, the legendary status).
In 1964, Ford and Chrysler were in a battle for supremacy on the NASCAR circuit. Ford had won the majority of the races in '64 thanks to its 427 Hi-Riser engine, but Richard Petty scored an upset victory at the Daytona 500 using the new Chrysler 426 HEMI engine. Even more impressive, HEMI-powered cars finished 1-2-3 at the race and threatened to change the entire power-balance within NASCAR racing.
Ford's answer to the potent, game-changing HEMI engine was the 427 SOHC Cammer-an engine that not only changed the game but also changed the rules in NASCAR racing.
Based essentially on the 427 Hi-Riser short block, the 427 SOHC utilized a forged steel crankshaft and "hemi-head" pistons. The biggest change came on the top-end where a single overhead camshaft was placed over each of the redesigned and fully machined hemispherical-style cylinder heads. An idler shaft replaced the camshaft on the inside of the engine and drove the distributor and oil pump; a set of non-drilled steel bushings replaced the three rear cam bearings to seal off the oil passages. The new overhead cam engine went from concept to reality in just 90 days!
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