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Last Chance to Place Your Bid on One-of-a-Kind Ed Pink Engine

SMSF Engine
Legendary engine builder Ed Pink and technicians from Ed Pink Racing Engines built a 302 Ford engine, currently up for auction on eBay, with proceeds to benefit the SEMA Memorial Scholarship Fund.
Nearly 20 SEMA-member companies have come together in support of a unique project to benefit the SEMA Memorial Scholarship Fund (SMSF). Their products have been used to build a big-inch small-block Ford engine that's currently up for auction on eBay. Noted engine-building facility Ed Pink Racing Engines, which can point to impressive wins in drag racing, IndyCar, USAC, vintage and off-road racing, assembled and dyno tested 
the engine.

The engine—constructed entirely out of aftermarket components—is a 347-cid (4.125-in. bore and 3.250-in. stroke) SBF based on a Dart 302 block and Pro 1 aluminum heads. It features 9.5:1 compression and is estimated to produce more than 400 hp on pump gas. It’s ideally suited for use in a street rod, Cobra kit car, classic truck, Mustang or restomod Ford application. Participating firms (in alphabetical order) are: ARP, ATI, Champion, COMP Cams, Crane Cams Ignitions, Dart, Edelbrock, Fel-Pro, Hedman Hedders, Joe Gibbs Driven, Mahle, Manley, Milodon, Moroso, Powermaster, Scat, Speed-Pro and Total Seal.

Proceeds from the engine sale will benefit the SEMA Memorial Scholarship Fund, which is a recognized 501(c)3 charity. The SEMA Memorial Scholarship Fund has given out nearly $2 million in scholarships over the years to students (university, college or trade school) seeking a career in the automotive industry. More information about the program can be found at

Ongoing information about the engine and specially prepared Dodge Charger and Avenger automobiles that are being auctioned to benefit the SMSF and the eBay auction can be found at