The Jalopy Journal
It was not an uncommon swap. There was an adaptor available for the 59 and 8BA. I want to do this to my CJ3. I have my eyes on an old willys...
There were EE1s on the Lincolns with LZ in place of the 97.
True that. Specifically 42-48 Lincoln O6H. The carburetors from this time period did not have the tear drop LZ V12 script.
At the end of the day, at least these people are willing to work instead of helping themselves to my hard-earned cash.
Yeah, darn kids. Far be it for adults to do such a thing.:rolleyes:
Electricians at work use this to tape over cuts and abrasions on the 8000 volt trailing cable for the dragline I work on. Doesn't seem to leave a...
Are the accelerator pumps leather?
Not an 81. Looks to be a one-holer. Neat find in any case!
Very nice looking with the round intake. Fits well with the header.
Yes to Uncle Max. He puts the correct finish on the castings. Ken Ct uses good parts but his "restoration" means a bead blast of castings and...
Had a friend in a V8 club who drove his '35 coupe with stock '32 engine quite a bit (didn't abuse it)-no issues.:eek:
'Sides that if a '32 block...
That's how I felt.
Yes there was. A 1-71 also existed.
You could supercharge your Briggs!
I can understand that. A lot of parts would probably be spirited out with only some paid for.
I drove an end dump in a mine with this type engine. Not a two stroke joke, but it does have four turbos....
Are you selling or buying? I would want to remove the heads to check for cylinder to valve cracks before making any offers if I was buying. I...
My Marmon Herrington F3, to be restored...
I had it in mind the cracking was due to the larger main crank journals=less block material. I think that was fixed for the later 312s?
4.5 power valves and .049 jets will get you in the ballpark.
When I lived in Oregon, you would see 1-4 of them on tweaker's cars running around. They would probably get unlimited mileage from them.
'Tis not a 59A you have there but an 8RT, from '48-52 (8RTs went to '53, but yours has the non-53 water pumps). The 8RT was the truck version of...
Nice old IHC. Glad to hear you're keeping it the way it is!
All in all this thread cultivated some good thought.
A fellow from my home town has a late 60s K10 (4X4) with the 292( has the engine badges on the fender). It an original one owner pickup.
+1 I believe it was an ingredient in the coolant flush of days gone by. I think GM still uses it in their in-house coolant flush.
Check with Ken ct or Charlie ny on the Fordbarn for rebuild parts.
Do Contact Ken ct or Charlie ny on the Fordbarn for quality rebuild parts.
What sort of distributor are you using? Not sure the stock Loadamatic will work well with that carburetor.
Plymouth/Chrysler flathead sixes, Pontiacs, IHCs (Green Diamond)...
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