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Greenville, South Carolina, United States
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This is a used copy of the book HOW TO BUILD MAX PERFORMANCE V8S ON A BUDGET. Its used but still in good condition. It covers many topics on building a high performance V8 ford engine. Also it covers many different types of ford engines.

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