I had a quick look at my copy of How To Rebuild Small Block Ford Engines By Tom Monroe and did not see those numbers in the chart . If you look that book up I think a free download can be found , it has a lot of casting numbers and rebuild info .
I use my angle die grinder with a sanding disc all the time this has been a great addition.
A shrinker stretcher is also very cool , I have a heavy-duty 16ga capacity one and a two headed 18ga capacity both on stands and foot operated . You can make some very useful curves .
Some people's inspiration for this type of project started with Jim Dunham's gt40 in hotrod magazine.
Dreams do come true if you work at them .With a little help from my friends , and the new inspiration in many of our lives - Jimmy - Rune - Dave Brown - and the many others out there on this site.
We should all give up , that is the best way for people to lose interest . Some of us are young enough and do have skill . I have restored a few cars , that required thousands of hours and made a few other things . It is what some of us enjoy doing , where are the next generation of metal men or...
Must be a language barrier . Doubler as Rick call's it skin as Ryan call's it . I guess it's the same thing ( Yes the skin I refer to is a doubler ) . Easy answer or not some will choose the long and hard way to say the same thing .