Our discussion on the pulley prompted me to call Jack Cooley; I've had his contact information for awhile now, but haven't talked to him until today. He didn't recall the pulley or doing any machining on it, but the engine was modified when I purchased it (as far as they could go in the stock classes at the time). Jack told me he is 87 yrs old (on 10 Jan this year), so anything he remembers is great..
I had heard that he bought the car from Dickie Hairrel, but he told me that wasn't correct; he bought it direct from Chevrolet (one of the earliest '67 Z28s). By 1971, he was running under the national record in his 'stock' class (11.6's) with the high revving 302!
Prior to the 67 Z, he raced a '63 Z11 aluminum bodied Chevrolet which he also purchased new from Chevrolet in '63!
When I purchased the 302 (short block only) it was 0.030" over, running Forgedtrue pistons (teflon guides in the skirts), Dykes rings, and the pistons were running right to the top of the deck and to the valves - there was light carbon on the top of the pistons, EXCEPT for where the valves opened, and a 1/8" ring around the piston top where it *touched* the head or gasket when TDC! The deck had been milled to the point that the stamped numbers were gone. Supposedly the stock crank and rods had had the 'DynaRev' treatment from Hank the Crank (of the Crank Shaft Co) at the time. The cam was a Lunati, blueprinted to the '67 Z28 specs. I isntalled 202 valve FI heads and a Tarantula intake and homemade headers in my Henry J.. What I recall is when that engine revved, it sent waves of adrenaline thru my body!
I can still feel it..