Spectre Performance purchased a 74 Maverick, with a 200ci inline six to use as a project car and test bed for their new EMS-Pro fuel injection controller. The motor only had 20K miles since it was rebuilt, but had a severely scored piston in one cylinder. This was causing major blow-by and a loss of compression in that cylinder. Hence the decision was made to pull the six and swap in a V8.

However, before the engine was pulled out and sent off to it's final resting place, Hot Rod...​
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