Thanks!Glad to get you up to speed on your 1 ton. Not sure on those locking ignition switches. My dad restored the column on his 79 lil red express when I was out of town. Otherwise i would have been more familiar with it. My mopar stuff all has ignition switches in the dashboard. Check out www.fortrucksonly.com somebody there may be able to help.
You could send the 440 my way and I can properly dispose of it.that's a cool story! I could see it happening. So Eric, there is a 1978 440 in a motorhome parked here in my laneway. maybe 50 000 miles on it. sooooo should I keep it? I hate the damn motorhome. I hear that this motor is sought after? what might it be worth? I dont care about the motorhome and Iv been trying to get rid of it.
I have already expressed my love for big blocks, so why are you even asking? I think 440s are the last of the non-rat big blocks that are still readily available. Parts aren't crazy expensive, and as Engine Masters just showed (if you have access) a 440 is a far better street engine than a 426 Hemi could ever be.So Eric, there is a 1978 440 in a motorhome parked here in my laneway. maybe 50 000 miles on it. sooooo should I keep it?