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The story of Crane Cams began in 1953 when Harvey J. Crane, Jr. set about grinding his first camshaft in the corner of his father's machine shop in Hallandale, Florida. An apprentice machinist, young Harvey became interested in "souping-up" his flathead Ford V-8 hot rod. Like most others, he was strongly influenced by the various "hot rodding" magazines, ordering his first cam from a California cam company's ad.

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The story of Crane Cams began in 1953 when Harvey J. Crane, Jr. set about grinding his first camshaft in the corner of his father's machine shop in Hallandale, Florida. An apprentice machinist, young Harvey became interested in "souping-up" his flathead Ford V-8 hot rod. Like most others, he was strongly influenced by the various "hot rodding" magazines, ordering his first cam from a California cam company's ad.

Crane cams were an integral part of many more recent drag racing performance landmarks, too, with Kenny Bernstein eclipsing the 300 mph mark, Warren Johnson notching the first Pro Stock 6-second pass and his son, Kurt, being first over 200 mph. Crane cams and valve train components are also an integral part of the winning combination fielded by drag racing's most prolific Sportsman racer, Frank Manzo.

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