I thought it was '63 that you could buy the 425A, but I can't be right all the time.February 9 2018 at 8:52 AM
|Bill Ballinger (Login 65billgal)|
Response to You're confusing history , Bill. Better stick with Fords
The stuff i was going by was from Bill Blair and Jim Wangers. I would trust you more than anyone though. I was right about a couple thing though, it wasn't an option, just an internal phrase until it got to in demand. Its too bad GM didn't keep on with the 421. I think the '61 Bonneville is about the most beautiful car ever made.
So you could get a '62 421 2X4 with the forged rods and 13:1 pistons in a showroom car with a warranty? I always though that was a DIY deal.