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Inside, we see a vintage Sun tach and an aftermarket Hurst shifter. The OE Hurst stick was much longer and used a round woodgrain plastic ball. The general hopped-up vibe of the car led us to hope we'd stumbled onto a rare '63/'64 426 Max Wedge treasure, but the loose cylinder head is a 906 casting-common to all 383 (and 440) engines in 1969 regardless of horsepower rating. It's still a good piece, though.