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Grease Monkey
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I know this is a CHEVY forum.....but I have a 1970 Ford Windsor 351 engne in my 1936 Chevy and am having trouble finding the correct replacement distributor. Any info will be appreciated.

Thanks!

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Is there something special you are looking for? I'm finding a bunch of 351w distributors from under $100 to almost $1000. Here is a couple of basic ones:

https://www.speedwaymotors.com/HEI-Distributor-SBF-Small-Block-Ford-351W-All-Black,412925.html

https://www.cjponyparts.com/cj-clas...BNM2WhAX4LJPhjfAS51kkrNpd4BoCUpQQAvD_BwE

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