Our Ford Small Block Crate Engines are an homage to 1969, a year of aggressive modernization at Ford.
Ford’s 302, 351 Windsor, and 351 Cleveland motors were created to meet the needs of intermediate and pony car lines. We took those designs and engineered our Ford Small Block engines as the perfect turn-key option for Mustangs and other classic Ford models. They deliver the coveted 427 cubic inches available in the Windsor and Cleveland platforms for big power in a small package. Our custom Ford Small Blocks are a Prestige Motorsports specialty and our most popular builds.
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True Value is delivered when you receive a fair return for your investment. Our Value Series Engines are designed to provide quality fundamental parts and uncompromising service throughout. Our procedures for inspection, machining and assembly of our Value Series engines uses the same quality and craftsmen as our Super Street and Race Series engines. The components used in these builds are products that we have confidence in and don’t break the bank. Dependable power on a budget, we make it happen.
Hot Rod Series
Ready to get serious with your hot rod, cruiser, or daily driver? The engines in our Hot Rod Series will upgrade your ride with a custom-machined factory OEM block, plus a hydraulic roller cam and lifters, forged pistons, a stroker crankshaft, forged steel rods, competition valve job, and an arrangement of top-quality internal components. These street-serious motors are perfect for cruising, car shows, and even a little bracket racing. They’re not intended for boost or nitrous.
Super Street Series
When your street or strip car needs more power and durability, it’s time for a performance-minded upgrade. Our bigger, beefier Super Street Series motors will give you an aftermarket block with larger bore sizes for more cubic inches that’s able to handle more power. You’ll get a hydraulic or solid roller tie bar lifter and an all-forged rotating assembly. These are motors for the guy who wants to put the pedal to the metal and beat the living daylights out of his car.