Last night I was reading the 1986 edition of "Ford High Performance", which was written by Ford Special Vehicles Operations of the day, and published by Petersen Publishing. It has an interesting story of a buildup of a performance CVH engine, which used the special SVO "M-6049-B111" cylinder head, which is referred to as "the European Head". As of this writing, there is not a single record of "M-6049-B111" on the entire Google universe, so I am wondering if anyone has ever seen this head, and can advise me what the actual casting number on it is. Was it a regular production head used somewhere in Europe? I may get one of my in-law European relatives to look for one if I can find out more. The 1986 SVO head says this head has 20% more flow than "domestic production heads", whatever those are, possibly 1.6 hemi heads? I tried searching the Burton Power site and ebay in Britain and Germany, but did not find answers. I did discover that there was a 1.8 CVH that a few sellers were offering hydraulic roller lifters for, but annoyingly, I could not find a matching roller camshaft.