That looks like an interesting cam. At first I thought you were mistaken about it being an H grind Andrews because all their newer literature lists a stock H cam for comparison, but I checked some of my old cam sheets (like from back in the '80s) and there it was. Here are the specs in case you don't have them.
IO 37 / IC 45 Intake duration 262
EO 45 / EC 37 Exhaust duration 262
.426 lift Shovel / .450 lift Pan
BTW - some of the earlier cam sheets have the duration listed as 268 , but it must be a misprint. Adding the opening and closing specs does not come out right.
What is interesting is that despite having 6 degrees more duration than a B cam, it has an earlier closing intake and a later opening exhaust. Looks to me like it should work OK with stock compression ratio. Kick starting should not be a problem if the engine is well tuned.