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If you don't recognize his GT's unusual powerplant, ask your dad about it. This is the infamous--and oh-so rare--427 SOHC that Ford was barred from using in NASCAR competition in the mid-'60s that went on to become legendary in period quarter-mile competition. The originator of the term Cammer and never intended for street applications, the SOHC, when fired up, made a sonorous, quaking monster out of this innocuous S197. You had to hear, and feel, it to believe it.