Yes. It is a 7 cylinder. For the past 15 years, it was a 0 cylinder so we can still call it progress. Years ago, coming back from the first United in D.C, Doug Pruitt in his 302 Mk1A and I in my stock MKII decided to “test” our acceleration on Rt 17 in Virginia. Doug whipped me bad but I was shocked when Keith Porter came from behind to pass my MKII. At that time, his car was a 100K mile stock 260 with an F4B as the only modification. When I got home and did a compression test on the MKII, I found a burnt valve. Gotta love those small block Fords.